Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Eagle, CO
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- Free parking
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... of ways: skiing at high speeds up to 130km through challenging turns, shallow dips, flats, and jumps. This course had all these elements in it, as well as a big jump intended to complicate matters just before the finish, which was thrill both for the racer and the spectators.
Once again we sat at the back of the stadium and this time we were joined by Austrian supporters. We cheered, rang our cowbells (obligatory for skiing) and ...
... of very nice and expensive restaurants but not too many casual eating establishments. The Coyote Cafe is a stones throw from the Centennial lift at the base of the mountain. Mexican/burger standards along with an impressive array of beers. The service is quick and efficient. In the background you see a continuous reel of videos of extreme skiing. They are interesting to watch but make me feel rather inadequate as a skier! We have had dinner the last two nights at ...
... a 20km four lane elevated freeway with a network of viaducts, bridges and tunnels constructed through an extraordinarily narrow, environmentally sensitive gorge. The cost was $1billion per mile when it was constructed 20 years ago. It was another beautiful sunny day so was perfect for this drive and the scenery certainly did not disappoint. Sheer vertical cliffs on both sides with some amazing geological features. All this whilst the Colorado ...
Doug booked us for two nights at the Hotel Sebastian in
Vail, a swank place in the heart of Vail’s pedestrian zone that must be
astronomically expensive in ski season but he managed for around $100/night in
very off-season September. Valet parking was $20, which Doug thought nothing of
paying the first night – “Dude, take good care of it. Make sure there are no
scratches when you bring it ...
... canyon north of the river. The trail climbs over 1,000 feet in elevation in a little over a mile, which for me means somewhat over an hour with short stops for photos. The starting point is around 6,500 feet, so this is a far cry from fourteener hikes, most of which involve around a 4,000 foot elevation gain to just over 14,000 feet. Much of the trail is in the shade of the canyon walls most of ...