Comfort Suites Highlands Ranch Denver Tech Center Area
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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The invitation and decision to go gave us about a month to plan. Plenty of time, but the itinerary needed to be set. It was about spending Thanksgiving in Denver with our son and his family. We're past the days of driving straight through from Sedona. It's over 800 miles and we have no need to rush. 'We' is me, Frankie, and our Yorkies, Madison and Murphy. We hit the road early on Monday heading north through Oak Creek Canyon, Flagstaff, and after refueling at Kayenta ...
We are set! Our flight, a red eye on Spirit Airlines is accompanied by "big front seats" to tolerate the low cost airline.
The flight was fantastic, seats were the size of first class seats on an aircraft similar to a 757.
We parked at the skyride, ...
... to Fortcollins. We were really excited when we saw some super cute squirrels in the trees when we stopped at a red light. We stopped at some outlet stores to buy some shoes then drove the rest of the way to Chris's house. We had chilli made by Chris for dinner and went to ...
... were cattle cars and one which was double layered for sheep or pigs. We spent a little while there and when we left we noticed some other cars behind a fence. Once we were back on the highway Larry could see them behind a motel. We drove on for a couple of miles, then Larry decided to turn around and go back to check them out. Sure enough, they were the restored Engine 278, the tender, the box car, and the caboose. I took a picture of them from the ...
... visibility went down to a few metres so it became clear that if we continued our planned route north we wouldn't see anything and quite probably wouldn't make it.
We reprogrammed the GPS for the most direct route back to Denver and turned east as the weather rapidly deteriorated. We only had 120 miles to cover but before long the road disappeared under a blanket of white and we were crawling along on snow. A snowplough ...