Quality Inn Tech Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hello from our (newest) home away from home--The Marriot Townsuites. We're doing well. Our days here are going SO fast. We are in Denver for this week, then we head to the mountains for a week. On Sunday, July 13th we'll start our northern trek (Past Mount Rushmore, Badlands, Dakotas, etc) towards Pennsylvania, then Virginia, and ultimately Georgia by the end of July! The ...
Being at home is immensely underrated.
As kids grow up, they can't wait to leave home.
I remember having that feeling once or twice - but I think I thought it would feel a lot more like freedom and a lot less like emptiness.
Now, when I go home, it never feels like it's for long enough. I wrestle with my time-management all summer because I feel that any second I'm not with my family is time wasted (even if it's to visit someone else). ...
... trying to sleep in the multiple bird houses the leaches had on their pine trees. Then I took him into RV for breakfast so he could be a normal loud 3 year old until 8am.
They have lots of hummingbirds in the front of their place that Peter had just set up a new feeder for with sugar water and they also have 3-4 deer in their backyard that are quite tame and even sleep under their garage roof sometimes.
Gail went to get Mum and Dad from the airport at ...
... personal rules to keep myself out of my brothers shoes. Luckily, this anxious feeling sort of drifted away once I got to Denver.
I got to campus and suddenly I was back to being excited again. I was basically pushing my parents out the door; I was ready to start my new life. The first thing I did when I got into my dorm was put up about 50 pictures of me and all of my friends and family back home. Everytime a certain picture catches my eye, ...
The day after my arrival back in Denver I joined my friends Timby (Tim and Toby) at the Denver area's new IKEA in Centennial for an All-You-Can-Eat dinner of Swedish treats, including unlimited crayfish. I have to admit that crayfish are not my favorite. The fact that they look so much like bugs doesn't necessarily bother me. Rather, it’s that there’s so little to actually eat on them. ...