Como Depot B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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In between our past two weeks working, we've been having super fun adventures with our South African, Stellies friends who are staying and working at the resort next door- Keystone.
Oktoberfest in Breckenridge lasts through the weekend, but a
single day of streetfesting and beer drinking is enough (maybe not if at the
real thing in Munich). So Tim and Toby and decided to go for a drive over
Boreas Pass to take in the fall scenery and changing aspens. Boreas is the Greek
god of the north wind, so the pass has a cool name in my book.
I’ve driven over many of the high passes in Colorado over
the years, at least most of those ...
... after throwing it up in an involuntarily arm spasm! After the drama of the hot chocolate and a terrible night's sleep, we took a nap in the car park before setting off back down the mountains, again stopping for the views along the way and to pause at the continental divide. This is the point on the continent where the watershed is located, determining where the water drains to. On the eastern side of the continental divide, all water drains into the Atlantic ...
... place is produces the most amount of Olympic medal winners for its population in the united states. This place has a ski jump that is open year long. It has artificial grass and uses water during the summer so there able to use it. As you can see from the pic its so close to town that you could eat your lunch on the way there, and do a quick jump all on ya lunch break. It was great staying with Ammoreena and this is the place I had my ...
... in this nation. Camping Penitente Canyon has simple developed tent sites among the rocks and on the southern ridge. This may be one of the quietest places in the country. Some prefer to sleep under the stars to enjoy the immense night sky. Rocks surrounding your campsite can block out distant farm lights, allowing brilliant views of millions of stars. The sunrise over the Sangre de Cristo Mountains often shows ...