This will be a first time visit for us - we're both in our 60's. We can get a great airfare deal between mid-May and July. Is the threat of snow pretty much over by this time as far as the scenic road thru the park? Will there still be many lodging rooms left? We prefer non-condo places i.e. motels/hotels/inns that provide breakfast, preferably $100 give or take. Any recos would be great. Do any of the towns close to the park have an area of shops/restaurants that you can walk to? Will also be in the Denver/Colorado Springs area. As far as having areas close to restaurants and shops there, do you need to be downtown and do the hotels charge parking? Any help greatly appreciated.
60's Couple Seek Help w/ Rocky Mountain Nat'l Park
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