Hyatt Place Denver South
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... dinner. A quick search and I found Andiamo, also walkable from the Inn. I called and made a reservation in spite of the hostess telling me they expected a quiet evening. When we arrived there were 3 tables occupied. As we dined on the delicious supper we watched the entire restaurant fill up. So much for their slow night! Like the other restaurants in SF I gave them an excellent review at TA. A fun moment. The couple sitting next to us also had a dog with them, so ...
About 60 miles out we saw the first of the mountains. After a quick resupply we shot straight up the Estes pass toward the rocky mountain national park. It was great to be in Colorado, it felt like home for reasons I'm not quite sure of yet? We spent the afternoon and night just out of the national park at a local crag and the kids had lots of fun on their first outdoor climb. We parked the camper right there beside the rock and a little lake with mountains ...
... the fish in the Coral Reef exhibit. They also have an Imax that I'd love to return to do with the girls. We'll definitely be back to explore more! We're getting settled into the Hilton here. A shout out to the Hilton Honors program for the (accumulated) points to keep us comfy this trip. Kids enjoyed the pool yesterday and ...
... had a mini mass. After church we picked up a couple of things from Whole Foods Market so mum and dad could cook dinner. They made meatballs, they were really nice. Then we drove to a park with lots of Christmas lights and walked around in the cold looking at all the pretty lights. We drove back home and Skyped the family, it was really nice to see everybody and wish them merry Christmas. Everybody went to bed excited for the following ...
... mosaic works but most famous for its numerous
soda water fountains and therapudic bath houses). Manitou was hit by the same wall of water
that tumbled vehicles down the street, toppled trees, smashed houses, severely
damaged business, plugged creeks and in its wake, left mounds of mud and
boulders....everywhere. Sandbags are
still stockpiled. They're still cleaning up!
Centuries ago, Pueblo
Indians constructed the Manitou ...