Cordillera Cottage Club 8

Address: 35 Cottage Circle, Edwards, Colorado, United States | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located on 35 Cottage Circle, Edwards, is near Freedom Park, Bachelor Gulch Spa, Summit Course at Cordillera, and Vail Valley Cares Thrift Shoppe.
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Travel Blogs from Edwards

Under the Lights in Vail

A travel blog entry by elicia.cobb on Jan 15, 2015

4 photos

After leaving Aspen, we headed to Alma for our AirBnB reservation. On the way, we stopped off in Vail to have dinner at a local favorite, George's. It had a relaxed bar feel in the basement of a Vail hotel, and we had Surf and Turf and drinks ...

Billy's 30th Birthday and Trek to Aspen

A travel blog entry by mrandmrssiddins on Dec 20, 2014

26 photos

... to Aspen. We flew from Vegas to Denver and then caught the Colorado Mountain express to Aspen. We left at 5am in the morning and arrived in Aspen at 6:30pm after we had to change buses because ours was having engine trouble. We are definitely not having much luck on the bus side of things this trip.

Day 9 & 10

IT'S SKI TIME, AND IT'S AMAZING!!! We are staying at The Westin Snowmass which opens right out on to the ...

Cappadocia: A Photographic Reconsideration

A travel blog entry by brookskeith on May 17, 2013

2 comments, 23 photos

Of all the areas that deserves a pictorial exploration of more depth it's Cappadocia. The topography, as I blogged earlier, is profoundly moving in ways I do not have words sufficient to convey accurately. But also the layers of history, the people, the cave iconography...all cohere to make this region the most surprising and fascinating, along with Malta, of my journey thus far. Please enjoy this photographic essay, from ground and air, of Cappadocia. ...

Aya Sofia: A Photographic Reconsideration

A travel blog entry by brookskeith on May 13, 2013

18 photos

... through these modest pictures, and at the same time remember the Turkish people who are reflecting right now upon the nature, character and identity of their great country. I dedicate this photographic essay and those that follow to them, the most hospitable and kind a country as I've ever experienced. Enjoy and remember to tap the pictures to read my corresponding explanations if you want more information. ...

Supplemental #4: In Praise of Museums

A travel blog entry by brookskeith on May 10, 2013

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... into our local museum, and we all thought the long awaited Jetson-esque/Disney-esque Carousel of Progress next chapter of pajama-wearing humans living off underwater reefs had arrived. Did anyone ever notice during the singing of that exhibit's Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow all the appliances were General Electric, or that the underlying presumption of that ride is the more home appliances we have the ...