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The Little Nell :: Aspen, Colorado

April 17, 2010 by  
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Reserve a Room at The Little Nell in Aspen, Colorado

Aspen, Colorado is world renowned for its fantastic skiing. In fact, mention the Rocky Mountain range to most anyone and their minds will go straight to those snow capped heights and fond memories of slooshing down the slopes. Now, take that same memory and imagine you’re doing that in and out of an “off the charts” luxury hotel. Well you have just imagined The Little Nell. Located at the base of Aspen Mountain, The Little Nell is a ski vacationer’s fantasy. Just the idea of being able to wake up, strap on your boots, and glide down the powder straight from inside your magnificent resort is something most of us only dream of. Their 92 distinctly unique and ultimately appointed suites Read more

Frozen Dead Guy Days :: Colorado

March 19, 2010 by  
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First celebrated in 2002, the Frozen Dead Guy Days festival in Nederland, Colorado was born of a long and sordid history. The festival celebrates the life after death of one Bredo Morstoel. An avid outdoorsman, Grandpa Bredo (as he is affectionately known) lived a full and active life in Norway as a park director until he passed in 1989 at the age of 89. The family’s strong belief in cryogenic technology as a life extending technique goaded his daughter Aud Morstoel and grandson Trygve Bauge to pack him in ice and ship him to California’s Trans Time cryonics facility. Four years later, intent on stating their own such facility, they had good ol’ Grandpa shipped to them in Nederland for permanent storage in a TUFF SHED®. Read more

Mesa Verde National Park :: Colorado

February 9, 2010 by  
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First inhabited in 600 AD by the Anasazi Tribe (now known as the Ancestral Pueblo People) the 81 square mile area of Mesa Verde National Park is not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it’s also the only national park out of nearly 60 in the United States to be exclusively dedicated to archeology and the preserving of America’s ancient cultural heritage. Mesa Verde is best known for the numerous cliff side buildings that were constructed here mostly in the 1200s. In addition to the cliff dwellings, there are also remnants of reservoirs, dams, towers, and farming terraces. Though exploration and excavation of this amazing treasure began in the late 19th century, very few of Read more

Great American Beer Festival :: Denver, Colorado

February 8, 2010 by  
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The Great American Beer Festival is a three day event hosted by the Brewers Association that brings visitors from around the world to sample over 2,000 different American beers. During this event, over 100 judges will award gold, silver and bronze medals in 78 beer-styles categories. These awards are recognized worldwide as symbols of brewing excellence. The festival gives you the opportunity to sample some of the best craft beers in the world and provides you with an assortment of ways to learn about that wonderful nectar that is beer. It is also quite fitting that the one of the festivals main sponsors is The Simpsons television show; Homer sure does love his Duff Beer. Read more

Dunton Hot Springs :: Colorado

December 7, 2009 by  
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Reserve a Room at Dunton Hot Springs

Nestled away in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado lies a pristine and indulgent getaway like no other. A mining town during the gold rush, Dunton Hot Springs is now a rustically luxurious resort, lovingly renovated and graciously appointed with modern comforts. Read more

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