Georgetown Mountain Inn
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- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
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... the exit, to give you a chance to prepare, but where is the fun in that. You come hurtling down the road at 65 mph and then 10 metres before the turn a sign pops out. Merging is also a test as the merging lanes vary from kilometres long to one car length, with the length inversely proportional to your speed.
Despite the tests we made it to Denver and had dinner in the fancy Larimer street. We got to sit at the kitchen bar and watch the chefs in ...
... in right next to the I70, a massive four lane interstate, but our hotel is the nicest boutique hotel we have stayed at. Our room has its own fireplace, overlooks a creek, has views of the mountains that tower around us and no idea that just 100m away trucks and cars are hurtling along.
At dinner I again tried root beer, this time the local recipe, no better and no chance the taste will grow on me, but in the boutique part of the menu Ann found Fanta, by the bottle, how ...
I decided to use a timeshare week in Breckenridge this year
coinciding with Breckenridge’s Oktoberfest and usually good hiking conditions
in the mountains around the time in September when the aspens are changing
color. Like most people heading to the mountains, I usually zoom up on I-70 without
giving much thought to what lies on the near side of the tunnel. ...
... German immigrants Adolph Coors and Jacob Schueler established a brewery in Golden Colorado. Coors invested $2,000 in the operation, and Schueler invested $18,000. In 1880, Coors bought out his partner and became the sole owner of the brewery. During Prohibition, the Coors Brewing Company managed to survive relatively intact. Years before, the ...
... coverage was over and I switched over to listen to some music while walking down. While walking, I was surprised to see many of the riders that had just cycled up the mountain, having to deal with the crowds of hikers and cyclists, as they were required to ride back down as well. It always surprises me how little special treatment many of these world-class athletes get. Then I was happy to learn they had opened Flagstaff Trail to those on foot, so I opted for the ...