La Quinta Inn & Suites Silverthorne - Summit Co
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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It was such magical time this Thanksgiving. From romping in the hot tub in the 15 degree snowing weather to sledding and snowboarding to walking down Main Street which reminds the kids of their grandparents little Christmas houses- this was a trip I will always remember. It started as a "what if we did this"moment as we tried to plan ...
... I felt awful for cutting our trip short, but after 100 days of travel my body had decided it had been pushed too far. Icecave dropped me back at the farm and I walked inside, tail between my legs: the adventurous Skywalker couldn't even hack it 2 days at some hotsprings. When I got inside I was barraged by hugs, then sat down on the couch and forced a hot chocolate. I was so grateful to have a place to bunker down in until I felt better.
I spent the rest of the week at ...
... and noted foodie Anthony Bourdain checked it out in 2013. If you want to visit The Sink, click here. *** Continuing south on CO-119 to Central City, we turn onto the Central City Parkway, which leads us to I-70. From here, it’s just a few miles on the Interstate to Idaho Springs, elevation 7,526. Idaho Springs has several Hollywood connections. Scenes from the 2008 film, The Overbrook Brothers, were shot here. And, the 1970 film, ...
... named for Richard Sopris, mayor of Denver from 1878 to 1881, and part of the first European expedition here in the Roaring Fork Valley. In Carbondale, we turn east on CO-82 and head for Aspen, elevation 7,945 feet. When I grew up in Northern California, skiing at Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows and Heavenly Meadows – in the Sierra Nevada Mountains near Lake Tahoe – I’d always dreamed about skiing in Colorado. Skiing Aspen was at the top of my ...
... That’s, of course, my beat up 15 year old
Jeep with lots of body damage from an accident. I decided that regardless of
how tired I was from Mount Massive I’d park for free in the municipal parking
deck and save $20 when it came to be my turn to pay for the night.
We met Doug’s friend Bobby May for a few beers in the
evening and made plans for a hike with him on Thursday. Vail is a great place