Super 8 Salida
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a huge plateau rimmed by sublime snow topped peaks. It was stunning to actually see the white capped mountains after riding through them for four days in freezing fog, thunder and snow storms with zero visibility. We arrived in Del Norte at 11:30 having smashed through the 33 miles in our desperation to get here. Our hotel is beautiful - The Windsor Luxury Hotel. We arrived, sat in the sun in the courtyard, had a coffee and our packed lunch, and dried out our tent and all ...
... our standards and we're still eating dinner - it's gone 9pm. Not good for Matt's indigestion or Nadine's well being in the tent. It's fair to say we've both been in foul moods today for most of the day. Nadine is currently marginally more grumpy than Matt, but she has just produced some epically delicious fajitas. We are just going to try and get some chill out time relaxing now in a shelter at the campsite as it's been a bit full on today with the wind, rain and mud. Fingers crossed for ...
... size and height of the mountains, the remoteness, the lack of trees and plants, there is so much to take in. It never did warm up much that first day on the trail. I had an appointment later in the afternoon to get some new tires installed, so we had to try to make good time. We got off the trail in Salida and headed N to Buena Vista. Traveling in places you've never been especially out west, it's difficult ...
All good fun here. Now that we're in the Colorado mountains temperatures are much more pleasant. After Canyonlands NP (UT) & then Colorado NM (near Grand Junction) we thought we were over canyons but Black Canyon of the Gunnison was quite different - steep sided, hard black rock rather than ...
... because I'm going off route to save time. I wanted to go up to Manitou Springs because my dad lived there when he was a kid. I grew up hearing stories about it. Salida is a really cool town. It's small, but it has a big historic downtown area. Despite the large tourist crowds, it's been really fun. There are so many bicyclists and nobody locks their bikes. Nobody! It's quite fascinating. As I was waiting on the crew at a grocery store, a ...