The Ritz Carlton Club Aspen Highlands
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Day 7 & 8
Our first shopping day yay!!! Today we decided to hire a car and check out the outlets, Rick's Restorations and Vegas in general. We managed to purchase all of our ski gear and lots of other bargains, even Billy went a little cray cray in Tommy Hilfiger lol!! After a big day of shopping we headed back to the motel to pack our bags for our flight to Aspen in the morning.
Day 8 was pretty much ...
... of the day's events we enjoyed our last afternoon here at Beaver Creek with a visit to the beautuful chapel situated adjacent to our hotel. A multi denominational chapel it is constructed of stone and glass and is set against the beautiful backdrop of the mountains.
A final wander around the Beaver Creek village and our time here was complete. We have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and most certainly would love to come back.
... and calzone washed down with Crazy Mountain Amber Ale, a great local draft beer on tap. Watched a fashion parade for the rich and famous. Ski jackets around $2k +. Certainly not fashion for the everyday person. It was still fun to watch though. Finished off the evening with another champagne from the Korbel Ice Bar - totally carved out of ice it certainly kept the champagne chilled just the way we like it. Enjoying this lifestyle!
... as we had anticipated and the speeds that they reach are amazing. They are fearless!!
As this event is a precursor to the World Championships here in Feb 2015 there were many more sponsors tents and promotions than at Aspen. We visited them all and came away with a bag of goodies - champagne stoppers, key rings, luggage tags, stickers, t shirt, toe warmers, lip balms, several cowbells, picnic rugs, posters and a supply of breakfast/ muesli ...
... at times but well within my capabilities. My biggest problem was I kept wanting to stop and take pictures as the view was awesome.
We checked out the Birds of Prey course which the men will be using for the downhill on Friday.They were training so we were unable to get too close. The Birds of Prey course starts at the top of Beaver Creek Mountain and finishes 3/4 of the way down to the village -just under 3km of thigh burning, steep, twisting terrain with ...