Brynwood on the River
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... We enjoyed walking and have an ice cream. We also visited The Stanley which is supposed to be haunted and was the place that Steve King was inspired to write The Shining. It was really pretty.
After town, we then headed into Rocky Mountain National Park. We were again blessed to see an abundance of wildlife in the park. We were up close ...
... I did love the “currently,” however. I’ve posted a couple of short videos to give you an idea of the magnitude of the rain. It was raining so hard that they actually forwent the metal detector screening and just told us to come on through and get in under the roof.
After a while, however, the rain stopped, and out came the grounds crew to roll up the tarp and get the field ready for play. They flipped ...
... included some very politically incorrect remarks. After breakfast we headed on out west on US 36. Not much to say about Kansas and 36 except it is all pretty much the same and the road is smoothe! We stopped in Phillipsberg Ks to get some Wi-fi at a Cool Bakery called 3rd Street Bakery. This place was a hidden treasure on the Great Plains! After that, we jumped back on the US Hwy. We soon crossed ...
... coming in from the windows. The only things missing were clunky ski boots and beer. (Thank goodness they don’t offer beer. That road was difficult to drive down with a little altitude sickness, I can’t imagine that after a Coors light.) And then……disaster. Well, more like inconvienience….our credit card got declined at the cashier check out line three times in a row. As it turns out, the credit card account that we were planning on using ...
... for some photos. We started our climb through the mountains and we were lucky enough to witness some of the most amazing scenery I have ever seen. It was truly spectacular. We crossed the Continental Divide for the second time and stopped for more photos. We did the same at Milner Pass and saw a frozen lake. I was still in a t-shirt but not for much longer as the temperature was starting to decline rapidly. Our next stop was the Alpine Visitors Centre on Trail Ridge which ...