Brynwood on the River
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we bid farewell to Denver, but not after spending the morning playing tourist. We started the day with breakfast at a diner. Bit disappointed when I asked for eggs, she just asked how I wanted them, I wanted her to list all my options. The food was great, well priced and excellent service, hang on just like everywhere so far. From there we waddled to Confluence Park, where the South Platt and Cherry Creeks ...
Doug- We are not city people, so getting into a national park was what we needed. I was here 15 years ago on a back packing trip (some of my clothes and equipment came back with me) but I did not drive the road to the alpine zone. Incredible scenery and we saw moose, elk, bighorn sheep and two coyotes. No bears or mountain lions to ...
... we continued climbing up with more snow all around and between the trees and more slippery paths..until we reached dream lake... this was a long narrow stretch of water again frozen over with a great view of hallett peak at 12,713ft. at the end .
Here the boys wanted to do the 6 mile hike around the whole area,but we had already walked about 2 miles and the start of the path was so snowy and it was cold and and and ... so eventually we just walked another 2 mile return trip to ...
... seemed so weird to see someone just walk in dress and bonnet and all. We then headed up to the spa for our pedicures. I got to indulge in more of their fabulous dried fruit which I loved. I had Deborah and Jenn had Brandy (who reminded me so much of my friend Emily!) Jenn was telling the story of her massage the day before and said how she was laying face down on the table and the therapist was putting the hot rocks on her on one ...
... Signs EVERYWHERE warn that you should plan for 2 hours each way on the shuttle and 2) You have to go all the way back into town after you finish your hike to get your car, and then, if you want to see any more of that part of the park, drive back in and try again. A nuisance. (I didn't ask where they collect park fees or check passes--I bet that's part of the two-hour hold-up.) The park information actually suggests that you do your Bear ...