- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... in there and it was the coolest shop! It was called Rocket Fizz, or something like that. They had all kinds of candy, but they also had these weird flavored sodas. They had bacon, chocolate/peanut butter. sweet corn, cucumber, all kinds of fruit flavors, ginger beer, funny labels with weird names... They had so many sodas it was crazy. We bought 4 different kinds - guava, blueberry, chocolate peanut ...
... night. Turns out the oldest barber is a bit of a legend. Apparently his grandson has been the starting quarterback at K State University for the past 3 years (he has the signed pictures on the wall to prove it).
We went to the rodeo. It was the first night of 5. It was a PRCA rodeo, so it was of a high standard. The clown was really funny and the venue was excellent. We were reminded of how patriotic Americans are during the opening ...
... of Benadryl last night and yet I woke up to even worse hives. They have now spread up my arms completely and all around both legs. I just can't get a handle on it and all the creams and pills are not working. I stopped by a pharmacy and asked what I can do and the guy told me to see a dr. because nothing over the counter will work. I thought long and hard about this on the drive to Estes Park (about 4 hours with our stops). We pulled into a ...
... they had, a wax resist, and several dyes. In the meantime, Seth & Chloe together, and Tom & Linda together started on some mosaics (one of Seth's areas). Seth & Chloe began a gecko (as Chloe's souvenir of the trip), and Tom & Linda started on a house number sign. Later in the afternoon, Linda also started a silk painting, which she just couldn't resist (no pun ...
... and the highest road in the USA!! It took 4 years of repetitive drilling, dynamite blasts and clearing of the rubble before opening to the public in 1933. As we drove higher and higher, there were signs confirming the height above sea level... until we arrived at the maximum elevation - 12,183ft. So we parked up at Rock Cut and followed the trail even higher by foot where the altitude really started to take effect!
Hmmm I jumped out of a moving plane at ...