Holiday Inn Hotel Summit County

Address: 1129 N Summit Blvd., Frisco, Colorado, 80443, United States | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on 1129 N Summit Blvd., Frisco, is near Dillon Reservoir, Keystone Ranch Resort, St. Mary's Glacier Loop, and San Juan Mountains.
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    Settling in!

    A travel blog entry by dcbrown on Oct 08, 2015

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    ... then walked to the post office to get our new phone covers (exciting right!!). On the way back we sat on the big rocks by the river and just enjoyed the sun and the the afternoon we headed to the gym to check it out and ended up signing up as it's the most reasonably prices place around.

    Thursday - I took Darren for his first ever proper gym session!!! I was pretty excited to get my hands on the ...

    Day 41 - Sticky Fingers lunch

    A travel blog entry by dcbrown on Oct 02, 2015

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    Last night we ended up watching several episodes of Criminal Minds on the laptop as Chayce let us use her Netflix...this means we don't need to buy a TV! It was a pretty late night so we slept in more than we have in a long long time.

    We skyped with Darren's family then headed to the Grocery store as we keep realising little things we need. I really wanted to take Darren to Minturn where Sarah and Josh lived for a while as it's such a cool little place and ...

    The Rockies rock and they 'aspen' me.

    A travel blog entry by thefrenchpickle on Oct 01, 2015

    2 comments, 45 photos

    ... easy reach.
    But let's get back to the Aspen trees, I adore them for the colour of their barks blue silvery and their amazing golden leaves which generally abandoned the branches at the gentle swirl of the colorado wind.
    A man is responsible for my addiction for the rockies and the Aspen trees, his name is Ansel Adams and you all know some of his iconic pictures of the American national parks. He was born at the start ...

    The little show of wonders

    A travel blog entry by thefrenchpickle on Oct 01, 2015

    36 photos

    I assume that you are all wondering how much this continent can offer as majestic natural wonders and what is next to come, and they will come do not be fooled. There I decided to share my love for little wonders and to entertain all my buddy friend gardeners, so I present to you the little flowers and herbaceous of the Rockies. I collect these pictures during my treks with ...

    The perils of punctuality

    A travel blog entry by swuggy on Jan 13, 2008

    ... an awkward affair. There's a path across the railroad, but only sometimes. Of course, when there's not one is forced to either hop from stranger's footprint to stranger's footprint or to get one's pants wet. Neither option is particularly fun. Running for the bus has also become a rather annoying habit. This is due to the fact that running in this blasted altitude isn't very enjoyable, and neither are buses. When you pair the two, ...