Best Western Brighton Inn
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... fron head to toe with dirt, scratches, and sunburns. Since I was not allowed electronics or internet acsess at camp, hopefully when I get the time I will be copying a blog from my travel journal about my expierience at camp. As for mexico! I am so exited to get out traveling again! I have decided that my bright orange EF explore america backpack from my schools Washington DC trip, ...
... was when were were collected from the airport to take us to our hotel, the driver got lost! Yep it has been one hell of a day, but that's the 'joys' of traveling. You have to take the good with the bad!
Speaking of bad, we've just found out that the storm cell is due to hit Denver tomorrow! Might make for another interesting day....stay tuned.
Brighter note...pot is now legalized here in Colorado. Guess what's on the shopping list tomorrow??!!
... Amtrak route is experiencing a "service disruption" and we had to ride the bus across the Rockies--a very long eight hours, but very pretty. As we approached the rockies, we could see snow on the peaks and some of the higher ski runs but as we started moving further east, we could see snow on the ground and it was sticking. I guess those snowstorms we saw in Moab did their work in the Rockies as well. Snow in September! Early skiing on the horizon! The leaves are ...
... to talk with many Americans and learn more about this country, the people, government etc. We feel we have gained a lot from this experience.The trip takes longer because of mechanical problems but we are not phased. Luckily we don't have any tight deadlines.
We pick up the California Zephyr in Chicago Union Station. The Texas Eagle, leaving around the same time is having mechanical issues, but we are okay. Our room ...
... I realized why I felt like this. Being in school and having homework and tests made this whole “college” thing seem real. Yes, having that freedom of not having class or homework during the first few weeks was awesome, but it just felt like I was at some-sort of camp. Once I started classes and having responsibilities, I started to feel like my situation was more permanent.
I loved my first impressions of Denver. I loved ...