Old Town Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... canyon carved by the Gunnison River. The park was bit popular and was nearly empty of tourists. No bus loads if French people here. We walked around the trails behind the VC and then found a picnic table a few miles downriver, high above the canyon. When we were done eating we left the lonely park for US-50, called the "Loneliest Road in America." We traveled on this road from Nebada to Grand Junction, Colorado, last year. We'd yet to try this stretch of the highway. ...
... biking. Our bike mechanic was Jefe Branham, the guy who just won the Tour Divide race. That race is intense, and I am in awe of this guy's achievement. It starts in Canada and finishes in New Mexico- 2,700 miles and 200,000 vertical feet. Jefe completed it in 16 days, averaging 170 miles per day... Many of those miles on isolated dirt trails. He was super friendly and totally willing to talk about the race and let us ...
... didn't get to see any deer or black bears (which are common here). Then we drove back to Snowmass Village where we had lunch in town. We went back to Veda's and chilled, watched some of the World Cup games and relaxed. In the evening, we drove into Aspen to have dinner and watch the fireworks. We had dinner outside at a cute little Irish restaurant in the middle of town and then we walked ...
... of Aspen was about five times bigger than our previous visit. Traffic congestion started at Buttermilk as one lane was reserved for buses and the other lanes had to merge. I remember the nice bus system where you could ski one resort in the morning and hop on the bus and quickly get to another in the afternoon. That must still work well. We stopped at the chamber ...
Beautiful canyon, very different from the canyons we've been seeing in Arizona and Utah. Awesome place for our first night in Colorado, the spring snow melt was in full swing so the river was raging. From high above at the lookouts you could here the river below, it sounded like a constant roar of thunder. Watched a beautiful sunset and Laurie got some fantastic ...