ResortQuest Park Place Condominiums

Address: 325 Lower Four O'Clock Road, Breckenridge, Colorado, 80424, United States | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on 325 Lower Four O'Clock Road, Breckenridge, is near Peak 9, Peak 10, Breckenridge Recreation Center, and Sol Impressions Massage Studio.
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Travel Blogs from Breckenridge

Day 6

A travel blog entry by jamesandlindsey on Aug 11, 2015

12 photos

... a
short, but steep, 2 mile hike that took us a little ways down into the canyon
and provided some jaw-dropping views (see pictures below). On the climb back
up, a bee stung James right in his achilles, leaving James with a swollen and
itchy blob for an ankle in the morning.

After the Black Canyon, we hit the road for Mesa Verde
National Park. ...

Back in Breck!

A travel blog entry by evotech on Jul 01, 2015

5 comments, 16 photos

... a powerful engine, and awesome storage. However we have run into some serious issues. On day one the refrigerator door fell off and crushed Kristi's foot. Hours later the freezer door fell off in my hands. I spent hours patching it all back together only to have the whole thing quit completely while driving to Breckenridge. After hours of consulting with my friend Mr. Google, I was told that I should remove it and turn it upside down for 12 ...


A travel blog entry by svanderleek on Jun 12, 2015

... ate and then the kids and AA went to Coldstone Creamery for Ice-cream. But... Edie was stuffed so she didn't want ice cream in the first place, Ben didn't like any of the favors and since nobody else was having any, he didn't either. So, instead they played in the fountains for about 10 mins. Then we all went back home and the kids settled down on air mattresses and couches to watch, Big Hero 6. While the adults ate and talked out on the deck. Then we all went to ...

Georgetown Loop

A travel blog entry by svanderleek on Jun 11, 2015

... freezing (45 degrees) and on the side of the boardwalk they made us there was a little creek. Tommy dropped his stuffed bison, Bullseye Target into the water (and screamed and cried). Scott our tour guide said "don't cry it's the clearest water you'll ever see" (it did not help ;). Then he stopped because Auntie Al dried BT with her coat :) When we made it to the back of the mine Scott asked for volunteers, and right away Ben raised his hand. So he was picked to be the volunteer. ...

In a Quandary: Should I climb or not?

A travel blog entry by dekr0889 on Jul 06, 2013

The great divide or continental divide is a mountainous divide in the American continents. It separates the water bodies that drain into The Pacific from those that drain into The Atlantic. It consists of two main mountain ranges, Andes in South America and Rockies in North
America. The continental divide happens to pass through Colorado as well, making the central and ...