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... Happy Valentine's Day', then went exploring. It was so windy at this altitude, with snow flurries. The scenery was absolutely breathtaking. We went to the hotel's famous whiskey bar, with over 600 types of whiskey displayed on the wall behind the bartender. We each tried a whiskey, then I moved on to red wine while Justin tried more whiskey. We shared a charcuterie plate, then joined the 6pm ghost tour. The tour led us to a music hall on the ...
... due to all the traffic and people.
The 2 mile hike was pretty easy although very picturesque so afterward we decided to do another 1 mike hike to Nymph Lake and then walk back to the Glacier Gorge bus stop via Alberta Falls. In total we did 4.5 miles, Chris carrying Zach almost the whole way in the backpack.
We had dinner in Estees Park at Ed’s Cantina & Grill which was amazing Mexican food (thanks lonely planet) and even better top ...
... one considerable dust devil swirling across the plain. The land remains extremely flat well into Colorado all the way to Denver, where the Rockies stand tall and white speckled behind the skyline. It was amazing to drive into that view after a day of flatness. I guess it is the Atlantan in me, but I still completely freak out with excitement when I see snow, and if it's in the middle of summer it's like I am witnessing a miracle! Oh, it makes me happy. We drove north ...
... defense of me it was literally maybe 2 hours from response to me showing up there! Either way what really rubbed me the wrong way…for lack of a stronger more curse word filled statement…was her response to me. Maybe she could have been more cordial like Gwen and said oh I don’t know something like “Oh so sorry. I thought you weren’t interested and since I didn’t hear back from you I booked the room to someone ...
... include Irish dancing and bands,
but in reality I think more appropriate to call it a pan-Celtic festival with a
smattering of Welsh and Breton representation as well.
My favorite is the Highland Games, a series of strength
competitions with many of the same events you might see on a “World’s Strongest
Man” competition on ESPN. Those include the very Scottish Cabre Toss which
involves lifting and tossing what looks like a telephone ...