Super 8 Georgetown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we were passed by a couple walking their dog who decided a paddle in the lake was a good way to cool off.
Up on the glacier a couple of skiers were climbing up and then skiing down, it looked like a lot of effort and risk for about 30 seconds of ski time. We walked up to the start of the glacier just so we could touch it, but no skiing.
Coming down we went a different way, based on the fact that there was no way to tell which way to go. ...
... Number one problem, you have to pay first. But I want to fill the car up how do I know how much fuel it will take. Number two problem you can pay by credit card but you need your zip code before it will work, best we head inside. As soon as we walked in the man at the counter asked us if we were tourists and proceeded to explain how it all worked. Two hours later we went out and filled the car up and headed back inside for another brief discussion on life in Estes Park, so an hour ...
... stunning. There are a few you can do up there but we just did the one around Bear Lake. Beautiful. The sun was perfectly hitting the water and we walked around the entire lake getting great shots from every angle. We then drove back down and had to go check out of the hotel. We went shopping in town a bit which was nice. They have parking behind the shops which we didn’t know at first but finally figured out. Estes ...
... arrived early in the morning, we started at an elevation of 11,900 ft. Though it was a 95 degree day, it was only a mere 40 degrees at the time. Nevertheless the isolation made the hike all the more rewarding. The hike starts by navigating across the slide of the slope until reaching the first point of the true Continental Divide. At this point you can look back across the highway ...
... bike trails and views of both red rocks and the mountains. We walked along the bike trail, and while Brendan was disappointed not to see any rattle snakes, coyotes, or mountain lions, we were pretty excited to see our first cactus.