Triple R Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is ready to go as well, and again I am very envious of her choice.We arrive at the high-school and I head over to the starting area, are starts are staggered and I am up first. Taking my position with about 5 minutes to go before the gun I power up my Garmin GPS watch, no luck. This is not good I use my watch constantly during long runs to monitor my pace and progress. Reboot, check and reboot again the pattern goes 5 or 6 times and ...
... where, like in every college town I visit, I wondered why I didn't attend the University of insert state). We followed US 36 northward and for 15 minutes or so we drove with the beginning of the Rockies on our left and nothing but the plains stretching out to Kansas on our right. It was incredible. Then we headed up into the hills and towards Estes Park and the campground. When we turned off of 36 into our campground, Jellystone Park, the putt putt course ...
... owner. Especially when it comes to a B&B. You expect less than quality treatment from a regular hotel staff but NEVER an OWNER. Downright deplorable. You know the ironic part. Gwen (NOT an owner) was actually treating us completely appropriately. And even if she had no intention of helping us she ACTED like she did. THAT is how you run a business. I hate to tell Diane but it will be a cold icy day in hell before I would ever consider staying ...
... of dry trees so the fire was less likely to come down into the city and destroy the homes. Maybe they will get through the rest of the year without this same terror. It was a great hike but the altitude got to me. It was a bit difficult to breathe on that steep climb. We had lunch on Pearl Street, visited the University of Colorado, then I had my first taste of buffalo (buffalo chili nachos) for supper. Another great day!
... power the Stanley Hotel. The Stanley Hotel was the first hotel in Estes to be all electric. He had excess electricity and gave it to the residents.
We then went over to the Estes Park Museum. After that, back to our room for a little rest and then out to dinner. Tomorrow we drive thru the rest of Rocky Mountain National Park and then to the Lincoln tunnel and then on to Steamboat Springs for our next ...