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... 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
... some agricultural pursuits here. Our lunch stop was at Torrington, a real old country town, but it did have street lights - very quiet being a Sunday. The coach travels at 80mph on the highways on very good roads with not much traffic. Our afternoon comfort stop (their name for a toilet break) was at ...
We left the hotel this morning at 8:40 and 57 degrees. We dressed in genes, expecting it to be a bit chilly on top of Rocky Mountain National Park. But half way through the day I changed back to my shorts. It was comfortable. Today we experienced changes in elevation from 5,000 ft. to 11,300 ft. and temperatures from 57 degrees to 91.
Starting the day, we struggled a bit with Mrs. GPS. She wanted to take us to the wrong side of ...
... welcome the Dickinson family - Mark, Stephanie, Bret and Taylor. Both families arrived into Denver this afternoon. The Dickinsons had a nice non-stop flight from Nashville to Denver aboard Frontier Airlines. We had little layover in Seattle before Alaska Air got us over the Rocky Mountains and dropped us off in Denver. Our flight was uneventful, even though the plane was full of people young and old. Fortunately the screaming 10 month old boy fell asleep ...
... it looks kind of like the tubes you float in when your in a pool except it is covered at the bottom) and give it to a guy that hooks it into this thing that pulls you up a the hill, kind of like a ski lift. When you get to the top you have to quickly unload and choose which hill you want to slide down. It slides down really fast and it was so fun, you could go down by yourself or there were double tubes where two people could go ...