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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterlude Condominiums Snowmass Village
The condominiums are just off of the ski slope. We stayed in the building that did not have a view of the slopes but it did not matter as we could ske right to the ski racks, walk 10 yards and go right into our unit. The place had cubbies to store our ski gear, gloves, helmets and even a mulitple boot drier. Loved the bunk beds for the kids. It was a perfect fit for 6 people. I will stay there again!
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After the excitement of the World Cup weekend we needed a quieter day to recharge our batteries. So a sleep in was in order and very much enjoyed. It was another beautiful sunny day so we spent the afternoon exploring the streets of Aspen which originally was an old silver mining town in the 1890s. It was reborn as a skitown in the 1940s and has maintained its popularity as a ski tourist mecca ever since. It is certainly recognised all ...
Woke with an air of expectation this morning as yesterday had been mindblowingly good. It was a cool, crisp morning around -7c. Felt just like home! Scrambled once again up the snow covered hill to the grandstand. The World Cup Ladies Slalom Course was all laid out and we were able to see it from top to bottom.
Once again we cheered on all nations and a huge cheer for our Aussie, Greta Small. This was her first World Cup Slalom start. Unfortunately Greta straddled the ...
... Christmas Tree Lighting
That evening we went the the St Regis for their annual Christmas Tree Lighting. It is quite a spectacle. Carol singing, Champagne bottle opening with a Sabre (very dramatic) and of course a huge, superbly decorated and well lit tree. The star of the evening was Santa's arrival and the many children there waited patiently in line to speak to the jolly man. Obligatory family photos were ...
... 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. ...
An early start for us. A quick breakfast and into a cab to the airport. We flew San Francisco to Denver. Thankfully all our luggage and skis arrived safely. I never realised that Denver was in 'tornado territory' until I saw the Tornado Shelter sign at the airport. An interesting thought. A quick transfer to our shuttle and then it was a 4 1/2 hour drive to Aspen.
Amazed at the difference ...