Alpine Slopes Lodge
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Alpine Slopes Lodge Keystone
Travel Blogs from Keystone
... we were just in the middle of nowhere and there was
nothing decent to eat, but those versions aren’t reliable), so we stopped and
had breakfast burritos at the Brown Dog Café in Buena Vista, CO. It definitely
looked like a local hotspot and we had to wait out a long line, but it was
The Black Canyon is about 2,200 feet deep and ...
... the fact the we too are traveling from Long Island with our Standard Poodle all influenced my decision to name her Rocinante or "Roxy" for short. So there it is!
Now for an update on Colby. He is sick. We initially went to an urgent care clinic in Nebraska who did a strep test that came back negative. Yesterday we went to another urgent care clinic in Silverthorne, Colorado that did a mono test that was also negative. The doctor agreed that ...
... ate and then the kids and AA went to Coldstone Creamery for Ice-cream. But... Edie was stuffed so she didn't want ice cream in the first place, Ben didn't like any of the favors and since nobody else was having any, he didn't either. So, instead they played in the fountains for about 10 mins. Then we all went back home and the kids settled down on air mattresses and couches to watch, Big Hero 6. While the adults ate and talked out on the deck. Then we all went to ...
... and a bunch more stuff :) Then we drove from Georgetown to Vail, but we had to stop in Frisco because our brakes were shaking when we were driving through the Mts.. The guy said they would hold out till Vail so we drove to Vail with shaky brakes. When we got to Vail a super nice guy named Joe helped us with our luggage and finding our room. Right away Auntie Al and the kids went to the pool ;) While everybody else was unpacking. It was/is such a nice pool, it was an infinity ...
Today we went to Keystone a ski field about half the distance of yesterday's drive from Breckenridge to Vail, so we thought we would do it without the Garmin. Of course the driver, who will remain nameless, still managed to take the opposite turn as recommended by the human sat nav (me) so we had get the real sat nav out to confirm the human sat nav's directions!
Even though the town is very small we were suprised to find they wanted $30 to park by the main gondola so we elected ...