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Travel Blogs from Steamboat Springs
... Beckett out and rest for a bit, and then we got back on the bus around 6:00 to go to dinner. We asked a couple of the locals where to go to dinner and they both recommended the Ore Steakhouse. So that’s where we went, and we were very pleased. The restaurant is in an old barn that is 100 years old (left from a ranch that was here at the time). John had steak and I had grilled Rocky Mountain Red Trout. The food was excellent and the ...
... traffic drenched me in their rooster tail spray.
The temperatures dropped to mid 50's, lightning crackled overhead, and I began to feel unsafe and concerned about hydroplaning. Especially climbing to 9,400 ft to cross Rabbit Ears Pass & over 10,000 ft over Cameron Pass.
So, I called Sal, she authorized a hotel night and I consulted Trip Advisor to find The Nordic Lodge. The rooms are clean, ...
... were all designer modern (and therefore totally impractical), with huge metal doors and no locks, or soap, or dryers.
But we weren’t paying for the restrooms: the hot springs were the main draw, and after a meal cooked on the state-of-the-art gas barbeque (no fire pits here!) we dived straight in. Actually, tiptoed in would be more accurate. The hot springs were - no surprises ...
... not fully lucid these days and is basically seeing no one.
After the obligatory champagne and warm nuts, Vicki and I both had the Sea Bass for dinner it was exceptionally good for an airplane meal. We each tried watching a movie and I chose Jack Rencher. Bad choice! It was a typical Tom Cruise action flick that followed the Hollywood formula to a T.
By now I had watched ...
... prefer to just take the public bus--I find it more entertaining as there are always some characters on there.
My first stop was at Ski Haus. This is one of my favorite stores as they have a very wide selection. Next I went downtown and had dinner at Carl’s Tavern. Carl’s is a new restaurant in town this year located on Yampa Street. I had the Howler Burger which has cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and roasted garlic aoli. It’s served with ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking