Hotel Chateau Chamonix
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today is our last full day in Colorado, so we planned another early day, but as per normal it didn't go to plan. Breakfast was homemade croissants, pastries, fruit and orange juice, mmmmm. We decided to keep one room till later in the day so did a luggage transfer. Finally got organised and headed to St Mary's glacier.
The drive up was a …
Today was a sort of travel day. We were heading from Estes Park to Georgetown on our way back to Denver, but a few little unplanned excursions turned it into a wonderful day.
Not that the days start was promising. When we woke up the mountains were covered in cloud, but while Ann was in the shower the cloud lifted and the snow covered …
In colorado the sale and possession of marijuana is legal and we have seen lots of shops selling it, but hadn't ventured into one till today.
We are in Georgetown and two doors up from our lovely hotel is Sgt Greens, so we went for a look.
It is a dingy looking shop inside and out, which I think is appropriate. You enter a lobby with promo items on sale and are not ...
Our first stop after passing the boring part of I-70 was Georgetown at exit 228. Georgetown in the modern days is a little quaint tourist town with crafts stores, convenient shops, family restaurants, and cafes. Many people visit this town to go back in time to the middle of 19th century. At the beginning, there were just miners’ hives filling the area. Then, it became one of the largest silver ...
... we drove, or look west across and spot Arapahoe Basin, Keystone, and Breckridge through the cascading mountain ranges. It's at this point where water flows until an ultimate desination in the Pacific or the Atlantic depending on which side of the ridge it travels.
The great part about this hike was that each high point of elevation was a rewarding climb, changing the ...