Affordable Riverside Accommodations in Telluride
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Affordable Riverside Accommodations in Telluride

As with any popular mountain ski resort town, finding an affordable place to stay that isn’t miles out of town can be a challenge. Mountainside Inn is along the San Miguel River on the edge of the historic downtown in Telluride. It’s less than a ten minute walk to the restaurants, shops and galleries on … Continue reading

Ouray Chalet Inn
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Ouray Chalet Inn

My first hotel stay since early March and post COVID-19 quarantine was Ouray Chalet Inn in Ouray, Colorado, which has been nicknamed the “Switzerland of America” since the late 1800s. I met some friends from Texas who had road tripped for a week in Ouray and Telluride. Here’s why I decided to stay there:  affordable, … Continue reading

Sleep with the Stills in Colorado at The Distillery Inn
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Sleep with the Stills in Colorado at The Distillery Inn

Have you ever spent the night in a distillery? I have and spending a few more nights in The Distillery Inn is on my summer travel wish list. While working on an article for AAA Colorado EnCompass, I found myself transported back to this unique luxurious hotel where I got to spend a night while … Continue reading

One Night at Hyatt Place Peña Station/Denver Airport
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One Night at Hyatt Place Peña Station/Denver Airport

I expected to walk into a cookie cutter Hyatt Place, but my preconceived notion quickly vanished when I walked into Hyatt Place Peña Station/Denver Airport. I did a one-night stay in one of Denver’s newest hotels. As a traveler, I love the travel theme throughout the lobby. There’s maps, globes, old suitcases and even oversized … Continue reading

The Perfect Bungalow in Patagonia:  Toore Patagonia in Puerto Natales
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The Perfect Bungalow in Patagonia: Toore Patagonia in Puerto Natales

I stayed in the perfect bungalow in Patagonia. When I was searching for a place to stay in Puerto Natales, I came across Toore Patagonia on Booking.com. My $8 taxi from the airport dropped me off in front of the cutest shop. Miriam Parra is housed in a whimsical red and dark teal building. It’s … Continue reading