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Right on the Colorado river. Basic but cheaper than we have had.
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... 8217;s Bodega for lunch. Such a fun morning! After lunch, Keller had to split to join Gary and Co. for some work meetings, so Pamela and I decided to hit up the Viceroy pool and enjoy the perfect mountain weather. Ummm…hi! Pool time=drink time. Pool time + fresh strawberry margaritas= quality afternoon. I ended up leaving shortly after to meet Keller at Olga’s for another happy hour drink and early dinner.
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... the Westin at it's base. We pulled off the exit looking for the Comfort Inn. Well even for a Villager, who I thought knew his way through "round-a-bouts, I took a wrong turn…go figure. Next thing I know we are in front of The Westin at Beaver Creek and even though it looks way too fancy, I'm so tired I ask Mary to go in and check the room rates. I don't want to say this is low season here but we are paying $20 less here than we did at the ...
540 miles today. Left Nevada traveled thru Arizona, Utah & finally Colorado. We are now in Glenwood Springs. Funny thing we have been out west in '05, '10 & now '14. Every time I plan a trip the mileage just seems to bring us to this town. Every time we also eat at a local Mexican place (MaryAnn....Ola!!!!!). Nice little town about mid state. So it was another hot one, with a very scary storm that we skirted around in Utah. We got to a ...
... and walk now after setting off. Our guide, Jeremy, was very nice and we had a blast. By the end we all wished we could have done the rapids (class IV) all over again.
Zip line was fun too. They had a little ropes course that you walked over too. I went with Mr. Aguglia and he bounced a bit, sending me spinning and getting dizzy nearly unable to stand up straight and get across. I put on a great show!