Our scheduled pick up from Denver West Marriott was running late, thankfully we were informed via text and then a phone call so we did not panic. Eventually a black suburban pulls up.
Day 137 – July 17th.
The driver asks if we are waiting for a shuttle service, we answer yes and he then goes on to explain that the actual shuttle was caught up and he was dispatched to collect us. This was the same super shuttle service that brought us out to Denver West.
The drive in to the airport was smooth and we arrived on time ready to catch another shuttle to Keystone. We have to cross from the East side to the West side and a luggage man with his big trolly helped us.
“from the airport towards Keystone Summit County in a new shuttle”
With some time to spare Moni organises some refreshments before the next shuttle.
Leaving on time from the airport towards Keystone Summit County in a new shuttle all is good. After about 40 minutes we drive directly past the Denver West Marriott where we were picked up earlier this morning.
“we head over to Dillon past the Dam via the Dam road towards Keystone”
The strange thing was that when I booked the shuttle they said I had to catch the shuttle from the airport, not sure why they couldn’t pick us up from that hotel as it was directly on the way… This journey took 2.5 hours from door to door, a really good comfortable service.
After dropping some people off in Frisco we head over to Dillon past the Dam via the Dam road towards Keystone where we have to make a quick stop at the Mountain View Plaza in Keystone for me to pick up the keys to our condo.
It was easy to find and the driver does it all the time apparently, make sure you remember the code!!
From here it is only another minute in the shuttle to our place of residence for the next month, The Gateway at Keystone.