Tyme Square Inn

2505 6th Street, Limon, Colorado, 80828 , United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel is located on 2505 6th Street, Limon.
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    Travel Blogs from Limon

    Simla (55 miles)

    A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... the lady, whose name I asked was Jodi, returned with another offer. She said she had a guest bedroom in her house and a shower I could use. My natural reaction was to decline the offer out of awkwardness, but something in me said to accept. She dropped everything, left her restaurant duties, and lead me to her house just a few blocks away. After meeting her young son and get the house tour, she took me back to ...

    No tour today!

    A travel blog entry by amberfridley on Feb 10, 2013

    ... a few placed and decided that we were kind of hungry, we found a sea food place that had a covered outdoor seating area and lots of fans (sounded perfect for us, we sat down and enjoyed a nice late lunch early dinner and watched as people walked and rode by. It is amazing how laid back everyone is here. The smell of the ocean is refreshing and the laid back atmosphere is amazing. One could get used to this lifestyle... Or maybe not (check ...

    Follow the yellow Brick Road

    A travel blog entry by mernmb on Aug 04, 2009

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    ... toys magzines etc. They had a room where the movie was playing. It was ok- Andrew wasn't interested, even though he likes the movie. We stayed there a little bit, then went to see the Schonhoff Dutch mill. This is a windmill that was built in 1879 and is still used to grind wheat into flour. From there we headed out of town- on the way now to Colorado. Sometimes we have miscommunication on our directions so we can get going the wrong way. I suppose we ...

    Limon, Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by skcoll on Dec 29, 2007

    ... canoe ride in torrential rain (they sold out of plastic ponchoes) spotting herons (4 types), cayman & sloths in trees, had lunch, got very close to 5 cute young sloths (one of whom grabbed Calluna), had a small disappointing rain-forest walk (saw ylang ylang, bamboo and typical rainforest trees) and saw 2 very very cute baby sloths being fed. Ok - random Sloth stuff.....they are very cute; we saw their ears which look very human; ...

    Boulder, Colorado

    A travel blog entry by surffisher on Sep 01, 2006

    Arrived at Mark and Bettina's Friday night, where Mark treated us to some excellent improv cooking: scallops sauteed with asparagus, shittake mushrooms, vietnamese chile sauce and probably other things I don't remember. Also, prosciutto and melon for a side/appetizer - awesome! After dinner and a bottle of wine, we settled down to watch a movie (Cache) that immediately put Bettina to sleep. Mark and I stuck with it only to be totally disgusted by the end - it ...