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... Creaky floorboards, dated decor and furniture. Except for the electricity, you could almost believe it was a century earlier. The grounds were gorgeous too, and completely snow-covered. There is an original Stanley Steamer original car on display in the foyer. Justin had mentioned that the fourth floor is supposed to be the most haunted (the hotel was the inspiration for Stephen King's 'The Shining') so on check in I encouraged him to ask for a room ...
... to see from horizon to horizon is freeing. We could see for miles in front of us and it is the first time that no matter how fast Will drove (still not that fast, Stephanie) it didn't bother me. Being able to see 40 or more telephone poles in a row is bizarre and it is crazy that you can spot a moving vehicle from miles off simply due to the dust plume above it. They remind me of Pig Pen from Peanuts. Other highlights were thousands of huge, new windmills, beautiful horses and ...
... defense of me it was literally maybe 2 hours from response to me showing up there! Either way what really rubbed me the wrong way…for lack of a stronger more curse word filled statement…was her response to me. Maybe she could have been more cordial like Gwen and said oh I don’t know something like “Oh so sorry. I thought you weren’t interested and since I didn’t hear back from you I booked the room to someone ...
... day, about 85 degrees. We also could see the smoke cloud from the fire here in Colorado. Luckily, it is about 25 miles northeast of us.
After that we headed over to the Stanley Hotel to take a tour. The Stanley Hotel was the inspiration for Steven King's novel "The Shining". He stayed here at the end of the season, just after they closed, on a holiday to clear his head and come up with ideas ...
... out to only be a tourism practice, but instead this book should be more about
the spirit of Christmas and how that is celebrated. Why not tell about this
story of the Christmas tree and the history of how it originated in Germany. Or
how a typical German family spends their holiday?
One huge complaint: This book is riddled with live website
addresses, many of which are Bit.ly links with no descriptions of what they are