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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... The Honda had a strange clunking noise coming from the driver’s side front tire. I was afraid to tow it to Steamboat, but also afraid to have it checked out, thinking I could be ripped off. There are no mechanics in Grand Lake, so I drove the 15 miles to Granby where I saw a little shop, Granby Automotive Repair. I swung in there, and the young man immediately jacked up the car, spent time looking underneath it and under ...
... an elevation of 11,796 feet. The sweat-shirt definitely came on as the temperature had dropped significantly. They had a gift shop and restaurant, and of course more amazing scenery. We continued our ascent, although only for another couple of minutes, to the highest point of our tour, situated almost 2 miles above sea level. There is only about 50% of the oxygen in the air at this elevation compared with sea level and you could tell. More fluids needed. Me and the Aussies ...
... the pace! I was worried that my camera and phone would get wet and ruined (not to mention me) but we made it back to the car before any serious rain started. By the time we made it back to Grand Lake it was pouring, so we stopped at Grand Lake Lodge, a historic lodge that sits on top of a hill and has a fantastic view of Grand Lake and Shadow Mountain Lake. We checked out the rustic lobby, got a cup of coffee in ...
... fast flowing waters, and rafters.
Subway again for lunch, and then we came onto the I70, one of the most scenic interstates in America, as it twists and turns, gaining height and descending crossing the Rockies. We passed through all the famous ski resorts such as Vail, Dillon and Beckenridge, looking at all the expensive huge ski chalets.
We turned off the interstate for the last 30 miles, and drove through a surreal mining town called Central City, ...
... be a completely different experience and I do want this time to be alone and grow myself. So, here I go!
So far my details are these:
$6000 in my bank account,
6 month tourist visa for Australia (can return multiple times within the year) $100
Nov 13th - 30+hr transit! Ahhhh!!!! layovers in San Fransisco and Auckland, NZ