Hotel Chateau Chamonix

1414 Argentine St, Georgetown, Colorado, 80444, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1414 Argentine St, Georgetown, is near Georgetown Loop Historic Railroad, Georgetown Loop Historic Railroad, Hotel de Paris Museum, and Georgetown Energy Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Georgetown

    Hike to Squaretop Mountain

    A travel blog entry by denverjourney on Jul 21, 2012

    1 comment, 17 photos

    Eager to get a head start on training for his first "fourteener", Brendan chose a hard trek for newcomers. It was dog friendly, so Tucker happily tagged along. Pulling into the parking lot, we looked longingly and in awe at those heading to the left to climb up Mt. Bierstadt. We went to our right, and the trip began. It was a long trek uphill, so we often found ourselves pausing and looking back upon the mountain views. ...

    Quaint Historic Town in the Rockies

    A travel blog entry by woncoent on Jun 26, 2012

    7 photos

    ... Certainly not a family spot anymore. We did eat there but we had to go through a casino to get to the restaurant. We went to the visitor's center to inquire about when Central City changed from a historic spot to casinos. The date was 1991-1992 and I really struck a nerve when I said "from a historic town". The woman went on and on. I could not get her to stop talking. I still was a disappointment to ...

    What's that sound?

    A travel blog entry by visionrider on May 26, 2012

    11 photos

    ... today, so I am not riding anywhere, esp in the surrounding mts. A haze hangs over the mountains because of the wildfires in NM drifting up here, it was enough to give me a sore throat and I guess earlier in the morning people had headaches here from it.
    As I leave the Inn, I'm amazed at some unusual sounds... could it be burros braying? Hmm. Yes, there's a little park with a small herd, ready for people to take rides. It's part of the ...

    Getting Our Health Back

    A travel blog entry by debsrtwjourney on Mar 26, 2012

    ... drinking just about everything since I’ve been back. Not only health foods and beverages, but unhealthy ones as well. In part because I have a taste for them. But mostly because I can. Doing without certain foods and beverages has made me want them. Particularly foods I haven’t eaten in a long, long time. Once I do, however, the desire essentially goes away. I suspect the dissipation of desire has a lot to do with learning ...

    Day 17 - a Visit from Mr Bear !

    A travel blog entry by cusan on Aug 07, 2011

    3 comments, 24 photos

    ... complete state of shock, and sure that someone had broken in, and left the door open, resulting in the bear visit.

    It was all quite unnerving; Cian in particular was upset and in tears, which is understandable. We had gone from photograpghing bears at the side of the road from the safety of our car, to hiking in their territory, hoping to warn them off with bear bells, to actually having one pop in for a visit! A bit too close for comfort, especially when you ...