Hyatt Grand Aspen
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... Gothic is a biological research laboratory in the Elk Mountains. Gothic was a neat town. Lots of research buildings and cabins. One store which sold ice cream and snacks.
To get to Gothic requires a 4WD vehicle as it was a dirt road for about 15 miles. With the recent rain, it was quite muddy. But the RAM was up to the task. We learned that another mile up the road we would find a trail that lead ...
... too soon and is sorely missed.
After walking through the sanctuary, Sheila and I headed back downtown to look at the shops - we didn't buy anything - all the stores were pretty high classed. Before leaving Aspen, we drove to the Ashcroft Ghost Town. In its heyday, this town was bigger than Aspen. Now it is a series of log cabin buildings. You can only imagine what life was in the town.
We headed ...
... which quit working and in the new room, the hairdryer didn’t work. While it is one of the cheaper options in downtown Aspen, it is not “cheap” so I do think one can expect things to work. I felt like there was a lack of effort in upkeep. If they paid more attention to simple detail it would improve the experience. While I would consider staying there again, I would also consider my other options in the same price ...
... Billy' on it complete with a candle for every decade.
After dinner we had to hightail it from the Venetian down to the MGM Grand to have our minds blown by David Copperfield. It was an amazing show and some of the **** he did was so incredible. Billy and I are sure he is an alien... there is no other explanation!! From there we did a lot of drinking and some gambling at the ***** table, which was fun but 'momma did not get a new pair ...
... 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.