Vail's Mountain Haus at the Covered Bridge
Travel Blogs from Vail
... for our family and friends and other thoughts or meditations. It’s not especially deep but good enough to stay a bit spiritually minded on vacation. A couple of times afterwards, we have played some familiar worship music and sang along.
I think it was the combination of the stunning, mountain road drive combined with the best of old family memories of mine own with 7 kids, plus mom and dad singing an old family folk song or ...
... two lane dead end road that culminated at our hotel The Arrabelle. After my ten point turn, I finally got the RV turned around at the side of the hotel entrance. Then we all popped out of the RV like Cousin Eddy and family – frazzled and disoriented from all of the squeaking and banging during four hours in the RV, not well dressed to put it mildly and not especially clean. The bell staff took the whole scene in stride ...
The girls and I took a mine tour today. It was on the list of things the girls really wanted to do before we leave. We went 1,000 feet into a mine and panned for gold! Daddy and the boys met us for a picnic lunch. They wanted to ride the gondola in Breckenridge one last time. ;-) Most pictures are on my camera but here's a few from my ...
The kids were hiking powerhouses today! First a hike to the Dillion Reservoir with Mike & Donna. We never saw that view of the reservoir. We will return as it's a great hike for kids! We rested a bit and then drove to Catarac Lake and attempted to hike to the waterfall there. Unfortunately the weather forced us to ...
A long drive today, but the scenery was well worth it. We stopped at areas where the Indians had built their homes in huge caves, And saw spectacular scenery all day. At a spectacular bend in the river, we had champagne and nibbles. Now we are in Moab, on a Navajo Indian reservation. The view from our balcony is gorgeous, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet