Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge
Travel Blogs from Glenwood Springs
We started our day at 8 am with rain and clouds. Our plan to head to Maroon Bells seemed a waste of a drive so we just got on the road to the Colorado National Monument. The radar looked like there was quite a batch of rain coming in to the Aspen. I now have to readjust my plan and come up with a way to see Maroon Bells. Hmmm.
We got some …
I am having a rough time adjusting to the altitude I think. I don't understand why because I have been in much higher altitudes in other countries and never had problems. I have been drinking water like crazy and no alcohol. Last night I hardly slept. I went to bed with a headache and then woke up a few hours later and felt like I was going to …
Our new best friends... :) ... Ryan & Nathalie invited us up to Aspen so we went. We spent the first night in Glennwood springs at the Hot Springs Lodge. I recommend staying there even though it's a bit more expensive than other motels in the area but you get to go to the hot springs for free both days you are there. Entry to the hot springs is …
We spent the week-end with Tom and Christine. It was great to take a shower in a shower bigger than 30 x 30. We had a wonderful week-end catching up with good conversation, good food, and just relaxing. Thanks, Tom and Christine
... I like to say; you only see the airport and the river you're floating. Seeing Alaska from the road, along-side the road, and off-the-road gives you an appreciation of the magnificence and magnitude of Alaska. I can tell you more than once we had (very) emotional moments: standing on a glacier, coming face-to-face with a moose and bear, watching eagles soar, standing in a river having salmon bumping your legs, walking in the forest, and standing on the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center