St. Moritz Lodge
Travel Blogs from Aspen
The week after my little trip to Nederland was quite uneventful. I wasn't feeling great, my neck had to be corrected twice, so I was mainly home doing nothing. I started to feel restless again as my neck stayed in place, and got a very good weekend-deal with Enterprise rent a car, so I decided to check out the Rocky mountains before winter sets in …
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 ...
... it vows. You'll have to guess why this rule came about? )
In addition to seeing all the old, and I mean, old Latrobe Wildcats, we spent a lot of time with my childhood friend Sue Pohland Paterno and her brothers. Those memories go back to when we were both 3 years old, then through high school, and to her fixing me up with Janet Schultz Harvey, and then through adult life, until today. Spending time with Sue was the high point of the ...
... couldn't get to the very top so stopped at Summit lake, only at 13,000ft but stunning.
In Georgetown we stopped to see the Rail-loop, made famous because the train does a loop to gain the height required. All a bit of mountain history, tied up with the mines. This small town like so many other are all so pretty, well keep, artistic and seem viable.
Continuing along through ski-land mountains we made our way ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking