Simba Run Vail Condominiums
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... constantly drifted down with the current; It was very beautiful.
We spent the day exploring around the area and dozing in the springs. I was starting to feel a little sick, but ignored it and tried to enjoy myself. The next day, however, I woke up feeling absolutely haggard. My joints were aching, skin sore and throat tight. My mood was also really flat which worried me a bit.
I had a chat to Icecave and we decided it was best I headed back to town, away from the damp, ...
... you drinks while you are gambling is just crazy to me. Anyway, after about five hours of enjoying the Strip, we decided to call it a night. Ible and I have come to the decision that we must come back to Vegas one day and spend a little more time exploring the Strip and get the full experience that Vegas has to offer to folks such as ourselves.
Now, after our fun on the Strip we did stay at our friends place just a little bit longer. Finally having a place to ...
Yesterday's drive was interesting following the Colorado river up through a canyon for 100 miles before hitting the interstate I-70 to New Castle. We went through Cisco, a ghost town that died with the steam train. 18-inch pizza at New Castle and bedding down with Mormons at Econolodge. Sunday was a driving day. We crossed the Rockies over independence Pass with ...
... Jack suggested that we find a cabin for the next few nights. Luckily, we stopped at the forest service office where we met a local resident who suggested we try Beaver Lake Estates where they have three guest cabins for rent at the bargain basement price of $35 per night!
Off we went to the Estates! And when we arrived, there was indeed a cabin waiting for us that overlooked Beaver Lake. And it was rustic and fine, so we stayed ...
... It is 9,603 feet above sea level. It was founded by white settlers in 1859 in search of gold. It is now a all season recreation and holiday destination. It has world class ski-ing and in summer offers hiking, bike riding, rock climbing, fishing and kayaking.
It still has a lot of timber historic buildings that now house boutiques, restaurants, cafés and bars. We were surprised to come across a Bubba Gump Shrimp Restaurant.