Tyme Square Inn

Address: 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

    Lets get away from the Altitude Sickness

    A travel blog entry by abagworth on Sep 10, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... grim for prisioners in those olden days - I think the lucky ones were perhaps the ones who got put into the gas chamber!

    More lovely riding in the sunshine brings us to Colorado Springs - the roads here are a joy you can really get from from A to B in superfast time. Just as were coming out of Colorado Springs we met Nick (our leader) coming out of a petrol station. I rode with Nick (we lost Bob along the ...

    No tour today!

    A travel blog entry by amberfridley on Feb 10, 2013

    ... telling them that we were out waiting for them past the time of pick up. Oh well on to a new adventure for the day, and a tour tomorrow. we shake it off, get cleaned up from our unexpected hike this morning and decide to rent some bikes and head back to the black sand beach we spotted as we were walking. We bike to the beach and start to walk on the cool sand, I have never saw black sand, it looks so much different from the pictures i had googled ...

    Meeting the sheriff...

    A travel blog entry by marcuslindberg on Jul 02, 2012

    17 photos

    ... just outside a deserted diner. When I stepped outside the car a pickup also entered the diner parking, went around the building and stopped next to us... It was two sheriffs, patroling the area. I stepped up to them and asked about directionsctowards the nearest motel. They were really nice fellows and told me there wasn't much out here but we could probably find something in a small town about an hour drive away. 9.45 pm Okay so we just came ...

    Follow the yellow Brick Road

    A travel blog entry by mernmb on Aug 04, 2009

    7 photos

    Wow! 3a.m. we woke to a wild thunderstorm. One thunder clap scared the lights out of me. Needless to say we didn't sleep well, at least Mark and I didn't. Between the rain on the roof, the wind blowing branches on the windows, the thunder and lightening and the mosquitos- I couldn't sleep. About 7a.m. the trains began running again and they would blow their horn at the crossing. Some engineers were rather creative with their horns. We finally got up at 9.am, ...

    Limon, Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by skcoll on Dec 29, 2007

    ... any remnant of style or grandeur - just looks run down. Limon is Spanish for lemon which is funny as there are no lemons growing here - despite the great soil and abundance of other fruit due to the great volcanic soil! Costa Rica is the world's 2nd largest banana producer (Ecuador = 1st) and the world's largest fresh pineapple supplier - ie not canned. Only 1 bunch of bananas grow on a plant and they can continue producing for ...