Travel Blogs from Snowmass Village
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 ...
Spent Wednesday in Crested Butte, a skiing town about an hour away from the cabin. Fun artsy town, great shops and restaurants
... a mountain ... well, forget that last one (I'm acrophobic).
I am writing this last blog on my birthday ... Happy Birthday, Roger. The cake is on fire from all the candles. So is my mind, on fire with memories of Alaska and the experiences Judy, Maxie, and I shared, especially time with each other and sharing the "experience."
And that's the rest of the story or, should I say "the end of the story."
Uncle Roger, Judy, and Maxie
... no chance to pull over. (Note: Pics are totally out of order and I don't have time to correct it. They start with mine at the Pass and go backward. Then Lynn's do the s
Remember the idiots in the rental Class C's. They are back. Included a picture of one more. He clearly didn't belong on this road and there are several places that it is one lane...yup, he held up traffic because no one could get by him.
... of its own and once again shows how fast the terrain in Colorado changes. We even saw a beautiful golf course amidst all the sand. Reminded me of the one in Nevada...Desert Palms I think. But it is much like what we saw in Cortez early on in our trip so we determined still we wouldn't take pictures. About 15 miles outside our destination that all changed! We came upon a sign that said Glenwood Canyon. Trucks no passing for the next 13 miles. Around the next ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed