Rodeway Inn - Loveland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to cross Monarch Pass which takes the road over the Collegiate Mountains to the scenic and wonderful San Luis Valley. This is part of the scenic route home from New Mexico so we know it. At the crest of this road the continental divide is crossed. So now water flows toward the Atlantic via the Arkansas River or the Rio Grande further south instead of to the Pacific via the Colorado or Gunnison Rivers. We got gas at Poncha Springs and turned north into the rising wedge created ...
... palace kitchens, go to concerts, the ballet, a medieval banquet, and one of the highlights for me, Christmas morning at Westminster Abbey. As London Transport takes Christmas off completely, we will have to take taxis to and from the Abbey, which will cost a fortune, but will be a birthday present to me! One must have tickets, which are free, to attend the Christmastime services at the Abbey. I had found out what day ...
... Argentina and finish in Bariloche, a small town in northern Patagonia. We are excited to start this adventure, but at the same time a little anxious. Going to school every day will be challenging since we are accustomed to doing whatever we want on our own schedule and our minds don't seem as nimble as we seem to remember once they were. After we finish with school we hope we have mastered enough Spanish to head ...
... realized it had taken us four hours roundtrip. We got back on the shuttle bus and headed to the visitors center where our car was parked. When we got to our car we decided to drive back into Estes Park to their local brewery. The downstairs of the brewery provided free tastings of up to 4 beers. Since they had eight beers, we both got different beers and ended up trying them all for free - nice. Then we headed upstairs to the restaurant ordered a couple of the light ...
January means cold weather in Colorado, so it is time for us to escape and head south. We are leaving for Ecuador tomorrow. We will be spending 5 days in the Galapagos Islands, the primary lab for Darwin's Origin of Species, published 150 years ago this year. We'll be based on a 40-person boat, visiting islands each day, hiking, snorkeling and observing ...