Super 8 Pueblo
How has this motel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Pueblo
Travel Blogs from Pueblo
Then on to the Pueblo Train Depot which isn't a depot anymore but is a great example of the train depots of old. There are now several businesses in there as well as an event center and based on the list of scheduled events it is well used. The pictures are of various presidents who had come through the depot when they were in office. Sorry I couldn't include Woodrow Wilson -- didn't realize until too late that his picture was way out ...
... 3.59/gal and the bill was $148.00. It will feel really good to get home and drive around in the Leaf again!
We arrived at my niece Cathy and her husband Jim's house around 3:00PM and were able to plug in at their home and an unbelievably level driveway. Had a wonderful dinner with Cathy, Jim, my sister-in-law Barbara, Jim and Cathy's youngest son Jackson and friend Jordan.
Off to bed -- I'll worry about the blog tomorrow. Well, here it is "tomorrow" and all is well.
I'm rested up and ready to make my way to CO Springs. I was having some anxiety about planning my route, and I was going to stay one more day. I decided to just wing it and get going. I get so tired of looking at maps. We were flying down the hills and I heard a call from Chris from behind. I stopped Kirsty and we backtracked to wait for him. He had completely disappeared... Kirsty ran into Cheese Man who was hitch hiking our way. He ...
... danced across our faces. We slept five to a tent tonight: Taylor, Me, Breezer, Carlee and Lauren. Breezer and Carlee talked in their sleep and the tent shook with some wind and a nighttime chill. Now, back to the morning. After the usual (5am wake up, pack, blah blah) our hosts cooked us breakfast, and I think this was the best breakfast we've had on this trip: breakfast tacos and applesauce pancakes. Mmmmmmmm. I started the day with a flat. A thorn pierced my ...
... the other major cities in Colorado. Pueblo is the heart of the Pueblo Metropolitan Statistical Area and an important part of the Front Range Urban Corridor.