Hyatt Place Denver Tech Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the company. We were chatting and she mentioned that she wished they had gone to Cafe Pasqual for breakfast. When I told her that we had, the conversation got livelier and even more friendly. You never know who you'll meet or how. After another restful night at Guadalupe Inn we hit the road knowing that by tonight we'd be back home in Sedona. But we had one more stop to make in Albuquerque. Two actually. We went first to Costco to pick up a few supplies for home and ...
... background and no ******* told us to move along - it couldn’t have been a more perfect welcome to the "West"
We spent the next couple of days in the Rocky mountain national park climbing beautiful black top sealed roads up to 14000 ft and pulling over to join the throngs at the look outs and short hikes. The American wilderness really puts on a good show with wildlife and ever changing rock formations at every turn. Together with the ...
We woke up this morning to find a blanket of snow over everything outside. So we had some breakfast and went outside in the snow, we even got to walk on the frozen river. Then we got ready to drive to Beaver Meadows Ranch. It was about an hours drive and we saw a lot of mountains along the way. We we got outside and it was FREEZING! We walked through the wind and snow to the place where we were going tubing. What you do to tube is grab ...
... probably the best
preserved site we're ever visited). Unlike other cliff dwellers where each room
faced the outside, the Pueblo Indians constructed theirs several rooms deep with
interconnecting tunnels, hallways and shafts to their 5 storey apartments. The
"back" rooms were used for storage, warmth and extra protection
during battles while the "upper" rooms were for kids and lookouts. Things we learned: A Pueblo's family history
was based on ...
... many positive comments - my intention was never to 'blaw' about the trip but I wanted to record honestly how it went as a wee family keepsake and I recall vividly how much I enjoyed Kirstine's blogs when she back-packed round the world and how I almost felt I was there with her when I read her excellent depictions - I have tried to describe our wee trip in similar terms and I'm chuffed to hear that some folks have taken them that way too. ...