Candlewood Suites at Village West
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... get cups for milk where I ran into Robin who told me that her interview went really well. I was super excited for her and you could see the joy in her face. I really hope she gets it. We headed back upstairs where they finished the cookies and we're talking to the teens. One guy sang for us, and another danced and then taught us a new dance. We were pretty awful and everyone laughed at us, but I think we all had a good time. He had to head out for dinner, even though ...
... to stay come Saturday. We went to dinner at a Mexican restaurant with Chris, who planned out our week at Restart and coordinated our meals with Marquette grads. He is a Marquette alum himself, and we enjoyed talking about the school we all love so much. We ate to, if not past our hearts' desires, and it was great. We came back and chit chatted with the sisters for a bit, getting to know each ...
... bite and lasted until the next bite. The cheesy corn bake was like eating mac 'n cheese with corn substituted for the noodles. It was extremely good. You couldn’t really taste the corn in it at all. The slaw was mayonnaise-based and just a typical finally shredded slaw. It was average in taste and not too runny. The toast was grilled with the grilled flavor very evident with his crispiness and hint of BBQ taste.
Overall Impression: Best BBQ I've ever ...
... complemented well by the sweet tanginess of the barbecue sauce. The spicy slaw was vinegar-based with just a little kick. Paired very well with the ribs and brisket to give it just a little extra spice at the end. Even the Texas toast had a taste that was unique. They also had a hot barbecue sauce that lacked the sweetness of the regular sauce but instead had a spicy tanginess.
Overall Impression: Best ribs I've had in all my ...
The road home is not an easy one. Figuratively or literally. The trip begins with watching the snow capped Rocky Mountains fading from sight in the rear view mirror. They die a slow death as the plains open up ahead. Eastern Colorado may as well be called Western Kansas. After a time the torture begins as the real Kansas reveals itself. The first thing that sucks about Kansas is the landscape. It is flat, boring, and windy as hell across the ...