Motel 6 Goodland
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Business Services
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On the way to Denver we drove through Kansas which had the most amazing views of corn fields, round hay bales and giant wind turbines! When we crossed the border into Colorado we topped at the welcoming center. There ended up being a museum called Old Town Museum. Here there was a gift shop for touristy stuff so of course we got some ...
... to the town, as we were running low on gas. After filling up the gas tank, we drove a little further just across the Kansas border. We found a motel, America's Best Inn, in Goodland, KS. It wasn't the nicest place, but it was a place to sleep for the night and it wasn't too expensive. There were quite a few flies in the room, but at least they provided us with a fly swatter, to take care of them. We watched TV for a while before going to ...
Friends who become like family are such a tremendous gift. Spending the last 24 hours with Shaw, Kit, Emi and Amaya has been fantastic. From great food, great conversations, laughter, hospitality, water balloons, a sandbox, pets to play with, the list goes on. It was pretty perfect. When we planned this portion of our trip we hesitated to take them up on their offer to stay with them. When they insisted they would cook for us and we were to bring nothing, we discussed ...
No plans for the day other than to drive - we left any other experiences up to fate. As a result, we had unexpectedly wonderful moments! We were planning to eat breakfast at a rest area but saw a sign for Grindstone Reservoir, so decided to see what it offered. The dirt road led to a basic bathroom area (think Port-A-Pots in a concrete structure) and then to a boat launch. The sheltered ...
We left Colorado Springs early this morning to backtrack to Pike's Peak (which was rained out from our agenda yesterday). We were also hoping to go to Seven Falls. We arrived at Pike's Peak just as they were opening, and there was already a line of vehicles waiting to enter. I told Debbie to go on up at her own pace while I made frequent picture stops. The mountain was so enormous that we both found ourselves a bit intimidated. ...