Adagio Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... this line before going to stand in line again at security. I ended up sitting down at a restaurant to watch for the rest of our group.
The big group had a few challenges getting through as well. First of all, US Airways didn't have everything printed off that they were supposed to. It took forever to get baggage checked in before having to go through security. The last few made it through security with only a few minutes to ...
... of exitement. Pretty much everyone ordered a burger except for me. I ordered a chicken pot pie and it was GIGANTIC. but yes i ate it all. we also had a particularly interesting conversation regarding a word defined on urban dictionary.
We headed to our hotel to get settled down. I roomed with Ava and Ellen. But of course how could the night be complete without a dip in the hot tub! Then we went straight to bed and dreamed about the adventures disneyland would bring the next day...
... of the road, there is no one to follow. The first time it caught us out is approaching an exit, since we weren't sure which lane to be in we straddled two lanes which was ok till we came to the concrete lane divider. The next time was turning left at an intersection with no traffic, thankfully someone pulled up and turned beside us or we would have been back on the freeway albeit causing a little mayhem. I heard that after the trip back to ...
After breakfast we took a walk around the gated community of Highlands Ranch and visited that actual original homestead. More like a mansion than a homestead.
We then drove out to Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre. There was a reggae concert on so we couldn't go into the amphitheatre. We took one of the walking trails and took some photos of the Red Rocks.
At 6,450 feet above sea ...
... in this new place where the land just seemed to go on forever, with no discernible "edge."