Glenwood Springs Cedar Lodge
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... then continued to walk around and find where lots of paths lead to. Eventually we had to walk on the highway hard shoulder again until we got to our place....at least now we know for sure that both directions have no footpath for us to access the town...we really wanted to avoid having to drive but not sure walking on the hard shoulder when its snowy and dark is going to be the best idea either!
The trail we walked on can get you all the way from Vail to Gypsum so it goes a ...
... had a really nice feel to it...I think it will be nice to live just outside of Vail so we can really appreciate the surrounding areas too.
Once we got back, we had planned to make the most of the Vail and Beaver Creek Restaurant Week.....you can dine at lots of the really fancy places that we couldn't normally afford for just $20.15 (last year it was $20.14....). We figured as a little treat to us we ...
This morning we woke up after having what felt like the most luxurious nights sleep!! I guess you really appreciate an actual bed even after 3 days sleep in a truck. We really felt like it was such a fancy treat to have a bed and a shower….we even managed to make our juice and soup up in the room and watched a bunch of tattoo programmes on the TV.
So we woke up, had a shower which again felt very special and packed everything back in the ...
... the tent is down. We drive out the exit gate without even thinking of paying. Me, the good catholic girl, expects Highway Patrol red lights and sirens but none develop behind us.
All these years living in Colorado and we have never ridden the Glenwood Springs bike path to Dotsero and we have never hiked to Hanging Lake. We stay at Hotel Colorado in Glenwood and check ...
... I passed through several ski resort towns enjoying the picturesque landscape of the Rocky Mountains and made my first pit stop in Glenwood Springs to relax in the hot springs. The Glenwood Hot Springs Pool offers two pools for swimming/soaking. The large pool which is over 400 feet long is kept at a temperature of 90 degrees, but the morning was brisk so opted to soak in the smaller pool which is ...