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The Stanley Hotel & Rocky Mountain Nat'l Park

The view from the front porch of The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, CO

At the highest point in Rocky Mountain Nat'l Park

The front porch of The Stanley

Roadside elk in the park

The back view of the hotel at dusk

A bemused elk in the park
It's windy at 12,000+ feet!
I will have more of a review later (mixed, as far as the hotel is concerned).  Now, we're off to bask in the mountain sun.

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A wonderful experience. The staff was very attentive to our faithful little traveling companion. The daily continental breakfast in the Lodge was excellent! The retention of the historic features of the building and grounds were great.
Seventy Two said…
This place is clean and has nice ambiance, more like modern than classic. Our visit was just amazing. I believe it was a treat to be at San Francisco venues. It would be a treat to attend another event here.
chenlina said…
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What a nice place to go on a vacation. We actually went there few weeks ago for some adventure. We went rafting and kayaking along the Poudre River.

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