Redstone Cliffs Lodge
Travel Blogs from Redstone
fooled by the bland brick building and simple Victorian architectures
around town. Aspen is very opulent; the epitome of luxury, style, and
grace. Strolling down the streets, big fashion names that fill Rodeo
Drive in Beverly Hills, Fifth Ave in Manhattan, Avenue Montaigne in
Paris, and Bond Street in London are well represented here. Arts
Spent my Christmas break with family in Aspen! We had a lot of fun with our good friends. Skied almost everyday, ate out at wonderful restaurants, shopping and hot tubbing. Went to the wheeler opera house for New Year's Eve and had a wonderful time. Best snow in at least 6 years.. We were so ...
... spent on suppression. Only thing T. Lleary said I completely agreed with..."Why should the whisky-drinking cop persecute the pot-smoking youth?"
On checkout remarked to crisply attired receptionist doesn't anyone make any sartorial effort whatsoever when staying at your venerable hotel, reply was "Yes, you could be in MacDonald's couldn't you". Can't think of any other nation that can conspire to look so ...
... also bought an apple lightning cable to replace the one she left at Park City. It cost US$37 and didn't even come with a plug. Apple is charging ridiculously prices!! its outrageous.
Going to stay in tonight to watch Zero-Thiry...actually we always stay in. I'm loving the winter but I'm already starting to dream about warm summer days and nights.
... of a mountain. We were greeted by two Golden Retrievers so we felt right at home.
We got settled into our cabin and hit the hot tubs. What a beautiful setting. After a very relaxing soak in the springs we headed back to our cabin for a quiet evening. I cooked dinner. We drank wine and we enjoyed the peace and quiet. There is no internet, cell phone service or tv here. It is like Heaven.....with spring fed hot tubs :)