Lamplighter Motel

425 Main Street, Alamosa, Colorado, 81101, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Alamosa

Leaving Pagosa Springs...hippie roots visited!

A travel blog entry by missbliss1978


... had a crazy dream but there was a different presence that I felt within me. Perhaps it was mom?

Leaving Pagosa Springs felt like I was leaving a new found friend behind but I was content with what was accomplished in this special town. I was off for more adventures…and to discover a few spots where mom had traveled as a free spirited hippie. My dad actually recalled the special connection that mom had with southern Colorado when they drove through it in the ...

USA Part 3 - The Adventures of Bruce Begin

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... picking up a couple of 4 wheelers, cleaning out an old well and fixing a water diversion. Jared and I also attempted to muster a bull out of a field on the 4 wheelers yet only succeeded in feeding about a million mosquitoes.

While all this was happening Rach was out with Catchy doing girly stuff which definitely isn’t worth mentioning.

I gave Mum a quick call to get her pavlova recipe. We ...

Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railway

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas


... like cafeteria tables and the food was served on cafeteria trays, For dessert there were all kinds of cakes and pies. Derek and I had triple chocolate cake and Larry had Old Fashioned Creme Pie. Then Larry went back and got a piece of pumpkin, then so did Derek. There was sign that said, "Take as much as you want, but eat all that you take." While we were eating the train from the other end came into the station and it got ...

Mesa Verde

A travel blog entry by hylandholland


... around 600 years ago. I started to think about what this might mean. I girl my age would most likely have been married at 12 and might have had over 5 kids already. I boy Liam's age would have already gone through the training to become a man. Fiona and Quinn would be free climbing the steep sandstone walls to hunt, gather the crops, or carrying around the younger children. I started to try and imagine ...

Day 2: Things go downhill then uphill

A travel blog entry by travelingma


... a Nissan dealer when we get to Denver and take the time and money to get this fixed.

The winds changed our plans so we went to eat at the Bistro Rialto on Main Street. It was typical Italian food but the nice thing was that several of the dishes you could order a 1/2 order. Dylan still could not finish his spaghetti and my fettucine Alfredo filled me up. The waitress Kelsey was very nice. Not a bad place for families.

Another day down and so many more to go.


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