Silver Queen Bed & Breakfast

Address: 314 Argentine Street, Georgetown, Colorado, 80444, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 314 Argentine 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

Skating on thin ice

A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 03, 2014

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... down had more puddles than rocks and most of the puddles were frozen, so we all tried to see how far out we could walk before the ice cracked, and then we would try and skate back in.

Back in town we headed to a cafe for a quick bite before heading onto the loop train. All I wanted was some pie and a hot chocolate to warm up, but neither were on the menu. Struck our first grumpy waitress, so we got our own back and tipped small, I am starting to get ...

Frozen Moose

A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 02, 2014

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... headed to Georgetown.

For lunch we stopped at Nederland and looked to find our chosen restaurant, which was easy to find after having to do a series of tighter and tighter one way circles, but impossible to park at. So we headed back to town and went to Dot's Diner, which looked pretty popular. It was run by the coolest dude in a bowler hat who spoke with a melodic backwoods drawl. As per all diner visits we asked how the eggs came, so he took a seat and in tune with the ...

Hiking on the Continental Divide

A travel blog entry by denverjourney on Jul 28, 2012

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... perspective. As the sun poked futher through the morning clouds it cast intersting shadows on the mountains while illuminating others. The valley in which Keystone and Breckenridge sit held onto the morning clouds for most of the hike as well, making for an interesting scene. At the highest point the hike reached 12,500 ft before we traversed back on a different path to the starting ...

Kansas is a BIG WIDE state

A travel blog entry by woncoent on Jun 25, 2012

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... was my teaching for a class that I have been taking called "Writing Tales for the Grandchildren". She was a great at teching how to write your life story. She ahd a unique ability to have a discussion that caused you to remember the many details of your life from very young childhood to your adult years. Shirley Sandage will be missed. I so much appreciated my sister-in-law, Dottie calling me and giving me the news rather than found out other ways.
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So High

A travel blog entry by visionrider on May 27, 2012

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... drive sensibly, thank the gods. But I'm glad I am early enough to avoid any slow traffic.
Above the treeline you see fabulous vistas of valleys & summits all around. I did not stop. I turned up my heated jacket as I left the 55F lower levels. There are snow mounds beside the road with edges left from the snow plow blades earlier in the spring. Turned on the grips & seat as it approached the 30F summit ...