Trail Riders Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTrail Riders Motel Granby
I was greeted by Joe and once I told him my name he remembered I was the cyclist that talked to his wife. He is very accomodating and friendly, told us about the ice, and morning bagels, fruits etc. Clean, and very comfortable for the 3 of us, we liked that it had a seperate bedroom....and was very cozy.
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... National Park, which is the major reason we came to Colorado. We’re doing other things instead. Several of our friends have inquired into our safety since we’re in the area of this natural disaster. Some officials are characterizing this deluge as a 100 year event. Fortunately it occurred on the other side of the Rockies from us. We’re safe but not much dryer.
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