Creekside Bed and Breakfast Inn

Address: 610 Seventh Street, Georgetown, Colorado, 80444, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 610 Seventh Street, Georgetown, is near Georgetown Loop Historic Railroad, Georgetown Loop Historic Railroad, Hotel de Paris Museum, and Hamill House Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Georgetown

Skiing at Loveland

A travel blog entry by tweinert on Mar 21, 2015

4 photos

... on the other Loveland base (Loveland Valley). We were skiing on Loveland Basin. So we decided to connect at the bottom of Loveland Basin. As they were skiing down to the base - Vienne lost control and went into the trees and hit a tree head on. The ski patrol had to get her out of the trees as she suffered a concussion. They took her via ambulance all the way back to the Denver children's hospital in Aurora. ...

Skating on thin ice

A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 03, 2014

6 photos

... before putting us on the I70 for a freeway blast home.

The views again were spectacular and just to top off my frostbite we kept getting out of the car to take photos, I'll need a week in a sauna just to feel normal. Ann drove the pass and handed over the reins for the highway, yep I got to play on the freeway at night with no feeling in my feet and hands. American freeways are fast and scary, they have turn information at the exit. I would prefer it ...

Frozen Moose

A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 02, 2014

5 photos

... into casino towns. Little places with a population of a couple of hundred with half a dozen casinos in the old mining buildings and more car parks than residents.

Georgetown has a population of 1500 and a visitors centre bigger than Cairns'. When we asked we were told that since there were no services all the way to the next town lots of people stopped here and at times it is standing room only in the centre, and how far away is the next town, a very long way, almost 40 ...

Coors Brewery

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Sep 14, 2012

1 comment, 26 photos

... We still aren’t sure what that was all about but was fun to watch.

Now a little history:

The large kettle in front of the brewery was used for brewing in the Coors brew house in the late 1800 and 1900's. During prohbition, it was used to produce malted milk. It was removed from service in the mid 1950's.

Founded ...


A travel blog entry by spoons1 on Aug 25, 2012

11 photos

... could before heading closer to the finish line once the riders got close. I was also listening to Phil and Paul on the headphones as much as possible so as to drown out the finish line announcers, whose incessant volume-10 and over-the-top hyperbolic coverage was being broadcast all around the place via PA speakers.

When Jens Voigt attacked and took off ahead of the breakaway on Baseline Rd., a huge roar from the crowd erupted. That guy's an animal! Soon, though, ...

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