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The day started with a trip to the Butterhorn Bakery for the girls and I. Amazing breakfasts!!! Brian had to get "back to work" after two days off. The kids and I explored a few parks in town. We took a ride to Loveland Pass and ended up walking around the outlets before crashing. A great, restful ...
... dinner' even though we weren't really very hungry. We ate at a cute restaurant called Lancelot. French onion soups, caesar salads and Maya got her regular: fettucini alfredo. Was all very tasty and good. It became really cool here at night (around 60ish or probably cooler). Had to wear sweatshirts to go to dinner. I love this weather though! I'll take it anytime. Having a grand time on our family vacation!!
... follow the Big Johnson River. The others headed for Denver.
The Canyon that we went through had been devastated by a swollen Big Johnson River and many houses and log cabins had been destroyed, the piles of discarded household belongings was still evident.
We Climbed in altitude quickly through Estes Park, Grandby and Kremmling and then entered another National Park, this time the Rock Mountains NP. Words such as Epic, Awesome and even fully sick (if ...
... He or she came up into their yard towards us so we quickly did an "exit stage right" and got indoors. Our friendly moose followed a path around the home and left our area. We had wine and then drove (new Porsche) with our friends into Vail for a tour and dinner at the Sweet Basil. Sally a pork shank, John- flat iron steak. Shared an expensive bottle of wine. Returned home after walking Vail which is very Austrian in appearance. Slept well in a very cold ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFireside Inn Breckenridge
Our room (the Brandywine Suite) was nice and big and the hot tub was ours privately after a certain hour, so we ended up staying an extra night. However someone once told us that the food is better in the U.S. than in England, and I believe I heard the owners were English.... You get the idea. ;) Everyone was very nice though and we talked to some unique fellow travelers at the common table in the morning!
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