Twin Rivers Condominium
Travel Blogs from Fraser
The day started out with a very cool start from Gunnison (Colorado); we had both had a great night's sleep and were ready for an 8am get-away. Our initial planning had us taking in a route via Altmont, then up to Cottonwood Pass (on of Colorado's highest pass at over 12,500ft) and then down into Buena Vista.....a bit more map scrutiny, some cross-checking with the weather and local Dept. of Transport, backed up by ...
... take off early next morning to see another mtn stage, and the ideal spot to view will be on the Col du Granier, which, ideally, is located very close to the lovely town of Chambery, and as close to home base of Grenoble as we can get!! Which means we can get out of there and back to Grenoble quickly.
We'll also be doing a big hike and also a zip-line!!!!!! love zip line!!! wooo hooo
... sure they did this for their own sanity. Barb then mentioned her service dog and said that normally the dog would have alerted someone that there was something wrong with her. I told her that according to people that were in the station with them at Chicago the dog was barking and wouldn't stop, so it did try and alert someone, but instead of figuring out what was wrong, they gave the dog a Xanax. Now, if it were me, ...
... It would be nice to know if a
market is a huge or small, and if it is off the beaten path and hard to get to,
Besides the basic summarization of the 150 markets, I
felt there was no storytelling. I thought this book would be a
quaint and interesting read that would include more unique detail than what was
originally posted in her blog. I wanted to see historical background of certain
major markets, ...
... Up 17 dollars at one point!)
Since I did cash for Tipping and Gambling, I cannot recall exactly how much I tipped. I did tip between 1-2 dollars for free drinks, 2-3 on paid drinks. 3 Dollars for a short cab ride. 2-5 Dollars on food. Tip was already included in the price of the Spa.
Grand Total: A little less than $1100 for this trip!