The Slopeside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... if you want to see Joe Walsh perform his signature song with Brad Paisley on CMT. The Rockies have the highest peaks in mainland North America. The biggest one is Colorado’s Mount Elbert, at 14,440 feet. Colorado has more than 50 mountain summits that are 14,000 feet or higher. They’re known as the 14ers. Click here to see a full list of the 14ers. The lowest among the 14ers, if that’s the right word for ...
... on the list :( After the tasting, a few strong, young men were loading the leftovers into a car right by our picnic spot. A little flirting by Lesley and I and we scored two FREE open bottles of wine. A Petit Verdot and a Cab Franc both about half full.
After dinner we decided to have a swim in the pool. It was a very warm night and it just looked way to inviting to pass up. The pool was refreshing and a nice way to end the day.
Tour leader Liz advised the group a few days previously of a change to the itinerary, and we are to stay in Mesa Verde region for a further day rather than attend Ouray. Despite the fact this means we remain in the wifi ghost town, the group appreciates not having to pack up camp - Tom Green and 12 others are now friends with Liz Bruner. Water bottles filled and bags packed, we entered the Park to ...
... have travelled purgatory and emerged on the other side clean and with full reception, allowing me to publish this blog. However, do not assume all protagonists make it through our search unscathed. Let me now document the immense feats we have witnessed and experienced over the last few days up to the 22nd July, in search of the lost City of Wifi. Hereth begins our journey through the Heart of Parkness: Entering the Mesa ...
... all morning! As soon as Hillary started back down, a couple made it to the base too. That meant Hillary and I were the first to arrive at the Monument that morning.
As we began our return to the parking area the trail seemed to turn into an Interstate. People were going uphill like salmon upriver; including one man with his young son in his back pack and one lady that was running. The view of the Grand Valley and the Colorado ...