- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... t staying in the park this time we are staying in nearby Estes Park as all the park sites were full. Instead we hit the main visitor centre to try to get an idea of what to do, this involved watching a film that offered no assistance whatsoever. The weather is windy and not too nice so our options are a tiny bit limited. In the end we opted to do a well-known drive up into the hills. Basically it was a 2 hour round trip through hills ...
... and we had to take the wider, straighter, paved Trail Ridge Road up to the top. On this “safer, less precipitous” road, the kids kept desperately insisting that we keep the windows closed the whole way up. William and Mary Claire claim a “fear of heights”, and they felt safer without any wind or wind-sounds in the car at all. I do believe that possibly EVERYONE driving Trail Ridge road develops a situational fear of heights to some degree. ...
... like that in the wilderness. Can I please get some peace and serenity in the nature??? Just about to Nymph Lake we are now 100% sure that this group is on our trail. There are like 12 trailheads up there and seriously they had to choose the same one we did? A group of about 40 of them was now right behind us. Some of them were blindfolded and being led up the trail by others. They were SO loud. I cannot even tell you. We get to Nymph lake and its ...
... the chain type stores you see everywhere. I think I could stay here a week, but we only have two nights! We had a nice dinner on the main drag, and by then it was time to head back to the motel for some travel blogging.
So another adventure lies before us. I hope you all at home are finding ways to make your dreams come true. Bucket Lists are important, I think.
... I should perhaps say that we have seen many women traveling with infants, as I have yet to see a father actually coping with the infant. Often, in fact, the father is texting on his cell phone or yakking with a friend while the woman is carrying baby and gear.) I can't imagine that it is any fun at all to come to a place like the Rocky Mountains with infants in arms. They can't appreciate anything, of course, and anything you want to do ...