Glenwood Canyon and Vail – Colorado
Ahhh, Colorado. We had such an amazing time. LOVE LOVE LOVE that place! Well our Bella Pop travels took us from Colorado Springs to the USAF Airforce Academy… the Garden of the Gods… the Royal Gorge Bridge and beautiful Vail. After shooting Bree and Benjamin’s wedding we stayed a couple more days to explore, indulge at the Four Seasons spa facilities (it was to die for!!) and of course take FULL advantage of Vail’s off-season by eating our little hearts out. Oh my goodness… foodie heaven in Vail. Foodie. Heaven.
Well today’s post features the remaining pics from our “big cameras” and we have one more with iPhone pics. I realize that despite of all the awesome dining we did, I totally failed to take pictures of my oh-so-fancy-but-ever-so-delicious food. I was excited, ok? One of the last days in Vail we drove from Vail to Aspen and went through Glenwood Canyon. Again, at one moment I was in so much jaw-dropping awe… I kinda forgot to take pictures. We eventually stopped at one of the coolest rest areas at the Canyon with the river running through it.
Thanks to the kind fellow Texans who snapped this photo for us! :)
LOVE that Brandon caught pics of my (once) blue hair. I loved how it looked when it was pulled up.
Not sure what face I’m making but I’m probably up to no good…
Seriously, our room at the Vail Four Seasons was pimp. With the fireplace and crazy amazing soaking tub it’s a wonder I snapped pics out of sheer Brandy excitement. Right now we don’t have a bathtub (will in new house!!) and I have been bubble bath deprived for wayyyyy to long. I’m gonna confess that I took a bath 3 times in one day here. Brandon wonders about me, I’m sure.
Oh, room service! You are the bane of my existence I swear. I can’t control myself – I had to order popped popcorn and cookies (and loads of other food I shouldn’t have.) It’s sooooooo expensive (I felt kinda bad after.) room service piggy.
Driving back to Denver from Vail… there was lots of snow and yeah, it snowed on us!
Last but not least, the quintessential “I took a picture of myself in the car mirror” shot.