Moonlight Basin Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the feast we will have on arrival in Lima, imagining row on row of chilled, fresh fruit, veg, and meat in the supermarket. Our imaginings were somewhat shattered when we checked the listings for Lima on the map: population 231, grocery store Exxon garage. Not quite the metropolis we were hoping for after five days in the wilds. Hence, tomorrow will include a side trip to Dell, a tiny town, but one with a grocery store. Please be open on Sunday! Even with the side trip, ...
... the mountain for some amazing views (and a little more hiking up from the chair lift to a higher vantage point).
Unfortunately Ava set her hand on some kind of cactus plant (which seemed quite uncomfortable) and then she proceeded to twist her ankle on the way down the mountain toward the chair lift. She was not the happiest hiker at that time.
When we got down the chair lift (it took at least 10-15 minutes each ...
Today the snow was falling pretty much all day. The morning was wet, heavy snow, the afternoon was light, dry individual snowflakes which fell all over our clothing and the individual designs of each were easy to see.
We all agree that today was the best day skiing for all of us so far…with one day to go!
The hot tub was steaming hot and we enjoyed a nice relax before Sam and Matt started Roman bathing again – ...
Today, Saturday, started out like any other normal day for two weary travelers sleeping at random campsites. Well actually, our Japanese camp neighbors from Orlando woke us at 4:30 am as they were leaving camp for God only knows where. Besides that, I must say, since I purchased a new $20 sleeping bag at Kmart, I have been quite comfortable during these freezing nights. I packed up the camp early so we could hit the road. Alex was not up for the early part so he remained in ...
... a cool restaurant called "Over the Tapas". This is a place that serves lots of little plates of food of different flavour combinations. Eli's favourite was the bacon wrapped dates, Lily the chicken kebabs, Jess the fried plantains and Tim the pork belly. We retired for the evening full and contented after the meal and after spending the last part of the evening sitting on the roof and watching/perving downtown ...