Super 8 Denver Stapleton
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Had a great start to my time in Denver played golf at Park Hill course and shot a 90 then played again and shot an 89. This was before I even checked into the hotel. That evening went to a welcome milonga. Met up with my friend Gentlehart on friday, she showed me where she works we toured a factory and grilled out at her office. The rest of the …
Woohoo another 6 hour plus drive. On the plus side we have a couple of decent sounding stops and we have the luxury of sleeping in a bed opposed to a tent as had originally been the plan.
The campsite had a big tent at the back where they served all you can eat pancakes for $2.75 which is just ridiculous and an offer we couldn't refused. …
... lady at the front desk was great and updated our room to a higher level with a view. We must've looked exhausted from the driving. Went to a couple of Irish bars tonight, The Tilted Kilt for a couple of coldies, and Katie Mullens for the same and a bite to eat. Really nice pubs. http://www.tiltedkilt.com/locations/den ver/ http://www.katiemullens.com We will be attending a Peter Frampton concert on Sunday night. Which should be ...
... impressive, still huge. OK, maybe it's not as big as the new cathedral in Oakland, but for an area this rural, it's a pretty remarkable structure.
David had told me that I should also stop and see the "world's largest Van Gogh painting" in Goodland, a small town just east of the Colorado border. Kansas is the "Sunflower State," and Goodland is at the center of the local sunflower industry, so it makes sense. The easel is 80-feet tall, ...
... started in 1942. It has since been cleaned up and now is home to buffalo, millions of prairie dogs, birds of prey and lots of other animals. Quick trip over to red rocks with our tired, grouchy bunch. We had to skip all the Dino spots because they were toast.. Luckily we have a month out here. If you ask the kids what their favorite part of the day was it was the swim in the hotel pool. Better luck ...