Super 8 Montrose
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Montrose
This is probably the nicest Super 8 we've ever stayed in (and we've stayed in quite a few, as this is one of our go-to chains when we are just passing by and don't want anything expensive). The hotel is either new or newly remodeled, and both public areas and private rooms are clean, attractive, and nicely furnished Hotel staff is very helpful--someone had broken off a plug in the outlet in the desk lamp, and the staff was eager and prompt to get it fixed. The maid did a good job and did not ignore our indications that we would reuse towels and sheets. I can recommend this hotel highly if you want this class of property.
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Spent the day at the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, which is a huge, very deep (1750 feet at the "shallow" end and 2700 feet at its deepest), very narrow canyon which was formed from tectonic uplift, volcanic action, and erosion over centuries. Here, the erosion of the sandstone has been complete, and what is left is the hard rock from 1.8 billion …
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... Gunnison doesn't roar through the canyon like it used to.
Zomg it rained kind of hard when we arrived. The views are so cool, other than the fact when you look down it's a looooonnngggg ways down. 2 million years created a 2000 foot canyon. I was feeling a little bummed out since we haven't done any strenuous walks in awhile. And, by "awhile" I ...
... to see Box Canyon Falls to kill time until the jeep tour. I was sitting watching the chipmunks and humming birds (they are really loud!) and one little chipmunk decided to have a nibble on my heel. They are so cute and so tame at this particular park. The falls were also very interesting but my photo did not pick up how the water and sunlight made a wonderful changing pattern on the wall.
The whole area in and around the San Juan Mountains ...
... I go...on my own personal 3 week journey to explore the Middle East a bit and experience Israel and Petra from a front row seat. I say goodbye to my beloved Jeff, Summit, Bella, Casper and Macy Motor. It's been a tough Spring here in Western Colorado with unforgiving winds sending me slowly over the edge of mental well being. I am ready to hit the pavement running.
My flight from Montrose to Denver was quick and painless, but my running came to a halt as I ...