Meadow Vail Place

44 West Meadow Drive, Vail, Colorado, 81657, United States | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Vail

Tuesday 8th July

A travel blog entry by valerie7

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A long drive today, but the scenery was well worth it. We stopped at areas where the Indians had built their homes in huge caves, And saw spectacular scenery all day. At a spectacular bend in the river, we had champagne and nibbles. Now we are in Moab, on a Navajo Indian reservation. The view from our balcony is gorgeous, ...

Loveland Pass

A travel blog entry by jillia

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The day started with a trip to the Butterhorn Bakery for the girls and I. Amazing breakfasts!!! Brian had to get "back to work" after two days off. The kids and I explored a few parks in town. We took a ride to Loveland Pass and ended up walking around the outlets before crashing. A great, restful ...

Monday 7 th July.

A travel blog entry by valerie7

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Left Denver at 7.30am. First stop was Vaile....a beautiful ski resort, with buildings like being in Austria. Wish we could have stayed there longer. Into the Moab area .......so stunning and massive. Big rock mountains and strange rock formations both sides of the bus, and it looks like there could be landslides any time !! Absolutely spectacular. Moab tonight, and we're going on a ...

Our family journey has begun

A travel blog entry by driessengrika

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... up some essentials (cooler, snacks, drinks, ice) and headed west. Denver is 5,000 feet above sea level and then we drove and gradually approached the beautiful mountainous area of the Rocky Mountains and then the Arapaho National Park. Our highest altitude was 10,600 feet and then we gradually got to 8,100 feet when we arrived in Vail, Colorado, which was established in 1962. It is beautiful weather - ...

Rocky Mountain High

A travel blog entry by robno1065

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After leaving Scott's Bluff we headed North West back into Wyoming headed for Fort Laramie. All the way I could hear the tune of F Troop playing in my head. We crossed the Platte river seeing the historic Platte river bridge that opened up new avenues for the early settlers.
Around the corner we entered Ft Laramie, it was a lot bigger than we expected and it was not the wooden structure depicted in the TV series (funny that) Ft Laramie played a vital role ...

 

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