Cambria Suites Denver Airport
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... place. I went with Dad, we drove to the airport, left the car at the place, caught the Alamo shuttle bus to the airport and then caught the hotel shuttle bus back to the hotel. Afterwards we went to have some dinner at a restaurant called Vinny's, I had onion rings for the first time, they were really tasty. We walked through the cold back to the hotel and went to sleep ready for an early morning the next ...
... this section of highway is really amazing. Fortunately there are several rest areas/overlooks, so you can pause and enjoy the views.
From there it’s up and over the Rockies. It had snowed the night before in the higher elevations: there was snow in Vail, which is one of the highest points for I-70 as it goes through the mountains. The highest pass I saw and ...
... We paid quite a bit for our sleeper, but we realised we needed a toilet for overnight and the only option was dear. We have a separate shower and toilet and the day time arrangements have a long couch (enough room for 3 or 4) and a smaller seat. This way we can shift around, rest or sleep and see scenery out of both sides.
We are soon out of Chicago and the prairie is our companion. All along the way small rural communities can be seen and many ...
... it. Today, my feelings have changed. Some aspects I’ve come to learn aren’t as amazing as I suspected, some aspects I love even more than I did before. Everyone’s opinions change with time and I don’t expect my experiences to be any different. I’m open to the fact that my opinions of not only Denver, but also the world around me will change. The unknown future is an exciting thing and I can’t wait to see what is waiting for ...
... flayed and beheaded. He is now affectionately remembered as St. Herculanus, patron saint of Perugia.
After the fall of Rome, Perugia's fate fell to the hands of the Papacy. But by the 11th century, Perugia had had enough and asserted itself as an independent city. Still, Perugia served as a popular hide-out for Popes when matters got too heated in Rome. Perugia continued to refuse to accept ...