Comfort Suites Denver International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... downtown on 16th street or around Larimer Square, you will fully understand what I am talking about. It was almost as if it was a futuristic city. The maps on the side of the street were all interactive touch screens using Google technology. For example, Jessie wanted ice cream so we simply searched “ice cream shops” and up pops a few different suggested places with reviews and walking directions (yes I know you can do this on your phone ...
Our flight to Denver went smoothly, with a little turbulence at the end, which freaked me out but Micha was a trooper. Our flight was a little late getting started though so we had 15 minutes after we landed to get to our next flight. Luck would have it that our gate was all the way across the airport. You know those losers you see running in airports? Yep, that was us today. After running as fast as one can with a backpack, we made it to ...
... look again later. I arrive in downtown Denver and
after a couple reroutes and a lot of traffic I make it to the hostel. With
quite a few hostel stays under my belt I feel comfortable with the shared room
and bunk bed routine but my initial impression of this hostel was unsettling. I
check in and make it to my room, open the door and get hit with the unpleasant
smell of a men’s locker room. All but one of my roommates are out, leaving just
... where we found ourselves continually open mouthed in wonder of the things we never knew about the world. As far as west coast cities go we were both enamored with Vancouver, and yet in each city where we stayed with friends (Seattle, Portland, and L.A.) we spent our time in perpetual laughter and owe an immense gratitude to our friends for their generosity. Contrasted against our time surrounded by friends and wonderful places in cities, we found that no travel ...
... experience much (if ever) on this trip. During one of those lunch stops I called to get tickets lined up for myself and the crew joining me for my final game. It does feel a bit weird finishing my trip with a stadium that I have visited many times before. It almost feels as if I finished my trip in Detroit since it was the last stadium I hadn't ever visited.
It was rather strange to walk around Coors Field, a place I have been ...