Joyful Journey Hot Springs Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... at our revised destination, Salida. This is the first time we have arrived at our accommodation in mid-afternoon.
A short restorative nap for David, and we were ready to walk around this delightful little town. Its ‘historic downtown’ was filled with interesting shops, and we had a meal on a terrace by the river, enjoying a local beer and a shared taco salad. Yum! And we have found the perfect coffee place for tomorrow morning.
... has made their “downtown” trendy with little shops in the original storefronts. I was craving ice cream and we lucked out at JB’s – home made ice cream. Two scoops were the equivalent of 4 at Cow’s! We passed many ranches – some doing very well, some for sale! There were a range of ranch houses – from upgrades of the original log cabins to ...
... inspired by that area. Yummm! It was raining all the next day and we left that afternoon, guess what, the rain didn't think that we were anything special to let up for, so it kept dumping on us. In combo with road construction, lots of traffic and darkening skies... let's just say this wasn't our most enjoyable ride.
Grace and her housemates, Mark and Eric, took us under their wing that night and warmed us up with a fire and ...
... rain had all but stopped. Change of plan: we're pushing on. Would we live to regret it? Well, yes and no. The climb remained at an easy gradient for the whole way, and we were sheltered from the wind by the alley of aspens we were climbing through. Apart from the last mile or so, the surface was also pretty good: muddy and slippery in places, but nothing like the drive chain jamming cement of yesterday. What did happen though was the snow storm. It started out as hail ...
... A man came up as I was boiling water for ramen and wanted to ask a billion questions for advice on biking across the country. I was shaky, tired, and just wanted to eat lunch. Luckily, Kirsty sort of took over the Q&A. This is one of the advantages of traveling with other people. It took 4 hours to get to the top and 15 minutes to get down. Chris clocked me at 45mph and pulling away. The road was so smooth with no traffic so I could take the ...