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Travel Blogs from Telluride
... with our dining neighbors and petted their unusual dog which came and went with their visiting children. With wine it was over $100 per person. That’s extravagant for us, but I didn’t hear anyone utter a word of complaint; the food experience was that memorable and delightful.
By the time we finished we had to worry a little about the last gondola home, but we made it in ...
... expensive built to date (so we were told) at 500,000 1907 dollars and only operated for 6 years before the town left. The people of Animas Forks had survived the 1884 blizzard that left the town under 25 feet of snow....and dropping gold prices made them leave.
The people used old newspaper articles to insulate the cabins. One of which printed quotes from Theodore Roosevelt stating the Homesteaders' responsibility to protect themselves as they were in "Enemy territory." ...
... I do not know, but we did! We sampled locally made chocolate and cakes, honey and other foods; went to an "authentic" Irish pub (where their "oral delights" and "spicy leprechaun balls" were...interesting?) which served fish and chips...pub food in 'Murcia! After that we spent an hour and a half in a photo shop doing a Wild West themed photo shoot. At first the photographer wasn't really all that into it, but we soon got her ...
... luggage except carry on and upon check in I signed up for the 6am shuttle back to Denver Airport. The room was fine; a living area and separate bedroom. This whole debacle was especially annoying since I already had paid for a hotel in Telluride and the delay cost me a half day of skiing too.
The next day I got the shuttle and got to the airport about 6:20am and luckily the security line was not too bad. I wanted to arrive early in case of any other surprises. The ...
... this through a veritable fugue state of discomfort and pain. One part of my mind was saying, there is no way you can do this, just sit down and wait until Dia comes back. But the other part of my brain was saying, this is all mind over matter, you can do this, pain is temporary and imagine how great you'll feel when you get to the top!
So I would look into the distance and set a goal to just get to that next outcropping of rock and then I could quit or rest, whatever ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed