Mountain Chalet Aspen
Travel Blogs from Aspen
Once ensconced in our space in Basalt, we visited Larry and Kathy at their newly-rebuilt hotel in Aspen which was, in Kathy's words, "Just darling!" Chris, the on-site manager, suggested Happy Bowl for supper and we all found it some of the best Thai curry we ever ate. On the walk back we toured the Jerome Hotel which is a very old example of fine hoteliery from Colorado’s pioneer days. Startlingly fine appointment await at every ...
A herd of cows on the way to Ohio ...
... of people... met some real characters -- benefits far outweigh costs. Want to know why I would do it all again? Just go back and read any of my blogs. The answer is in the stars -- I mean blogs.
Would we do it again? "Hell no." I said it was "the adventure of a life time" and I carefully choose the word "the." One drive and ferry ride like the one we did to/from Alaska is enough for one life time. (Remember the blog about the frost heaves. ...
It was a pleasant ride climbing the mountains leaving Estes Park behind. It had not long broken the dawn and a beautiful Elk was standing on the verge road-side, he looked at us as if to say we disturb his peace. The ride through Nederland and then onto Central City was beautiful, endless mountains. Then at Black Hawk /Central City we were shocked to see the casino mayhem, tall fancy buildings calling for your attention. The road ...
Today's trip to us out to Aspen Ski areas. I say areas because Aspen is the location of several different ski slopes...I didn't realize that. The area reeks of money. Even the kids soccer fields are artificial turf. Not going to say too much, because we are at Mickey D's to do this blog. The pictures start out with a couple before Aspen. Then a few of Aspen. And then it is uphill from 8,000 feet to 12,000 feet to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services