BEST WESTERN PLUS Boulder Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... town is made up of cute craftsman homes and local shops, as well as your old standards like Target and Starbucks. After a quick stop for a Happy Meal, Mom, Memere, Auntie and I headed over to the Pearl Street Mall, leaving Grampa and Matthew to explore the Museum of Natural History at the nearby University of Colorado.
The Pearl Street Mall is a pedestrian walkway made up mostly of locally-owned shops and restaurants, with a ...
... Ashish loved the roller coasters. He didn't puke on any of them. Kezia loved them too. She could go on all of them except Rock n Roller Coaster at Hollywood Studios.
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... a big section where cars can't drive and there were tons of people all around, enjoying the nightlife. There were guitar players, accordion players, violinists, singers, and a magic show artist. It was quite a site to see for a Friday night stroll through town. Darren and I found a great restaurant to eat at and we listened to a band play while watching a couple in their eighties dance ...
... the upcoming pitch that we would be climbing.
At the top of the 4th pitch (we were up about 500 ft up), both Ben and I were anchored on the right side of an enormous "backyard barbecue sized" ledge (these are the words used from the climbing book). That's when the storm started to move in. Kenny, Cesar and Sammy were on the other side of this large jutting rock that separated us from them. Kenny invited us to take shelter in a large crack in the rock where they were. ...
... subdued Duke Dumont set. The place itself is amazing, steeped steps sat between two huge rocks overlooking Denver in the distance.
As we came in we’d been given two complimentary chocolate bar things which may have something to do with the altitude I’m not sure. One of them clearly had cashews the other was some fudge thing. I bit into it and quickly realised it also had cashews in it. Noooo. Luckily I’d spat most of it out and so I felt a bit **** for most ...