Tweet All About It: On a budget
Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and display them on Sunday’s page A2.
“the #aspen diet is amazing. its too expensive to eat.” — @AspenSpin
“Thanks @aspensnowmass for the best opening day I can remember #aspen #weareskiing #skiing #mountains” — @gordonbronson
“What an amazing opening week at Aspen! The snow has been falling all week in Colorado.” — @SnowUnLtd
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“Yay !!! Aspen is really pretty but some places can be really pricey to stay at so if it’s just y’all i would check out a airbnb some are really nice and waaay cheaper” — @emely_ruby
“Aspen is kept artificially freezing inside a giant dome. Everyone who winters there gets a snow globe souvenir and it is Insufferable” — @gogglesque
“My husband & I are getting #WeTrustJAS passes for XMas for each other! #SNOW #ASPEN” — @DaliDager
“I really really really want to go to Aspen” — @_loveehaileyy
“David Brooks had a giant wedding dinner party in Aspen thrown by a billionaire on a private estate with three lakes so I’m confident he’s got his finger on the pulse of middle America.” — @Travon
“I’m trying to get a sweatsuit with my name on it and take a pic as aspen wearing aspen in aspen” — @aspenjohnston
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