Aspen Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... death in 2013. He’s also owned high-end properties in Hana, Hawaii; Brentwood, California; and Snowmass, Colorado. Country singer Tim McGraw in 2001 recorded his song, “Telluride,” which included the lyric: “In Telluride, the snow falling down, I was waking up in that sleepy little town. In her eyes my world came so alive. I never will forget the moment she arrived in Telluride.” To see Tim McGraw's vision ...
... closed, surprising for a friday night. The is one store though i must return to so i can get a special necklace for my niece Samantha. I like this town, it seems genuine. Tomorrow up thru Ouray, then Gunnison? High altitude hikes too along the way. Not many iphone pics for this round, i used my normal camera to much and forgot...thank you all for bearing with my less than perfect spelling and punctuation on this, i am racing against batteries and a funky keyboard...and simply time ...
Day 3 & 4 Venice
Day 5 Traveling to Ljubljana
Day 6 Ljubljana
Day 7 & 8 Lake Bled
Day 9 & 10 Rovijn
... t find it!!). The town got it's name from back in the day when 'outlaws' used to hide out there as it as so remote and difficult to find. The saying was - 'To hell you ride', over time this got shortened to Telluride. Bit of trivia for you!!
Next stop was Silverton, an old western town which still has dirt roads, except for the main st. Then Durango, another old western town where the hotel staff dress old western style. We took a ...
... station, another Durango/Silverton train pulled in. Right before it got there, a little boy (Raoul) came up next to the tracks pulling a wagon filled with rocks and minerals. Needless to say, John couldn't resist so we stopped and bought one. Raoul was quite the little entrepreneur as he could tell us what different minerals were in each rock and was VERY polite. After John bought a rock (and a fine looking one I might add!) he thanked him very much for doing business with ...