Inn at Crested Butte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... people skiing were like pros and even the kids were good! There were some cuties that wouldn't have been older than three taking the lifts up and skiing down by themselves - MAD!! There is a great bar out the front of our hotel that looks out to the slopes called Vega Vega and we indulged in a cocktail or two for happy our after our days skiing.
All in all our ski experience was amazing and totally worth going five star all the way.
... globe for this.
Some of the original buildings are evident and very well maintained. They are similar in style to the 'painted ladies' houses that we saw in San Francisco. All the local businesses are in the process of putting up their decorations. You have to admit the North Americans do this better than most. It was great to see real live Christmas trees for sale outside the local supermarket. Different types Spruce, fir, etc) ...
... gate and was DNQ. We caught up with her at the finish area and although disappointed, she knew she would learn from the experience. She certainly has a beautiful smile and I am sure she will continue to follow her dream. Greta is supported financially by her family and sponsorship is minimal so please like her on facebook as this will greatly increase her chances of gaining meaningful sponsorship.
Our complimentary lunch today was Tomato and Basil Soup, Green Chilli ...
... carved their way down the course. It was very steep and tricky in parts and some of the more fancied skiers struggled in the conditions. We cheered, supported all of them and especially our Aussie Greta Small. It was not meant to be today as she crashed out a third of the way down. After 66 competitors had skied, the field was narrowed down to a final 30 who would ski the 2nd run after lunch.
We were amazed ...
... by any means but the shopping! Obviously Aspen is an expensive town where the rich and famous come to play. Louis Vuitton , Burberry, Ermanagildo Zegna, Gucci, Prada, Kemo Sabe to name a few. We window shopped our way around and that was enough. Kemo Sabe was by far the most interesting. A true throwback to the real west. The only time we have ever been offered a free beer in a shop and we didn't have to buy anything. ...