Super 8 La Junta
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from La Junta
... it the drinks were free. What a nice thought. I dug out some Canadian cash - a $5 bill and a loonie. His eyes lit up when I gave him the money because he never saw Canadian money before and he was also a coin collector. He had the typical cowboy accent straight from a Western movie. He asked "where y'all from". He was quite interested in our adventure. He told us about the history of ...
... hill. We started back on our journey. Around noon, we came across a picnic spot by the Arkansas river so we stopped their for lunch. The kids had a dip in the water and the dogs got a little exercise too. A few hours drive later we arrived in La Junta KOA. The park is not as nice as all the rest of the parks we have visited. They have a game room but Duncan says that none of the games work ...
... results in heavy downpour in some areas and sunshine in others. I took a few pictures from the car, and they give you a pretty good idea of how dramatic the skies are.
The hotel in LaJunta seems to be having a personality problem. It was America's Best Value Inns and Suites when Tim booked it, but it has since been converted into "Travelodge by Wyndham." The change didn't solve all the problems ...
... onto La Junta, CO....It was nice weather not to hot but very windy all day....had some road construction but that didn't bother us too much. There were lots of herds of cattle in these different yards hundreds of them and the smell wasn't the best. Maybe thats why we were biking so fast at times.
Katy decided now that it was flatter she would drive the Van 10 miles and then ride a bike to meet up with us and ride back to the Van....She ...
... most of our evenings at home with only the light from the tv, but every motel we've stayed in just has randomly placed lamps which give out next to no light, leaving several dark spots in the room- usually just where we need to see. We think its so they don't have to bother running electricity through the ceilings. Once we'd got settled and battled with the local moths (they are huge, we've had them in the last two rooms and anyone who knows us will know we're not a fan of ...