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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Fireside Inn Breckenridge
Travel Blogs from Breckenridge
... Alamo rental car and head west right into the storm front. By the time i reach the top of the Rockies the weather is appalling. Next to zero visibility, plenty of snow falling. Finally make it to Breckenridge, which looks very pretty as the whole area is covered in snow.
A day to do very little, just adjusting to the high altitude and low oxygen levels.
Drove the scenic route to Leadville and returned back via Minturn. Some very pretty scenery and some ...
Had a mixed day at Loveland. Lindsay and I drove to Loveland early and got on the slopes by 10:30 or so. Kirk, Chris and Vienne didn't get there until noon.
- Weather was great
- Ski conditions were great
- Lindsay really elevated her confidence with skiing
- We skied all the blues runs
... from Fort Worth, with her "dad". We were entertained by a group of about 8 young men who sang the song "Firework" by Katy Perry - such a hoot! Then to dinner at Michael's Italian restaurant - good food (heavy) but service just OK. Back to the condo and relaxing. Nice phone call from Colton and Olivia.
Tuesday February 24
Up and out to the shuttle for my ride to the Denver airport - some of us have to go back to work!! Shuttle actually was ...
... sure if we would make it to the summit but we did.
I suffered a bit with altitude sickness. Just felt a bit light headed and nauseous. This is not unusual for heights above 10,000 feet as most people experience some mild symptoms.
On the way down it was really foggy and we had a little bit of rain. Part way down we came across a herd of mountain goats. Mountain Goats are not native to this area but were introduced in the 1950s and ...
... are staying and working. Matt headed off early the morning and I came later (I was sick- will get to that later as not to dampen birthday gees). The boys spent the morning trying out the terrain park and doing some ramps, by the time I got there both Matt and ...