Cottonwood Suites Westminster
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-I will receive a monthly salary, and the school will also pay rent and provide a car.
-I will be working, living, and sharing cars with five other teachers. All of us are actual teachers and we also have the Linguistically Diverse Education (or English as a Second Language) Endorsement.
-The contract is for two years, ending in July 2015.
-We have a dress code of ...
... the baby but those were the most fun to look at. With four people taking lots of pictures it took awhile to look at all the pictures but they were all special and it was fun. Afterwards, we decided we would take a walk through the park down by the lake. The moon was full and beautiful and the sunset was very pretty. We had a great walk, took some beautiful pictures and enjoyed our time.
We came back and once again ...
... civil to the gentleman whose spill had made me very unhappy. As he left the area he said he hoped the remainder of our trip went well and expressed his regret about the spill. I told him that s--- happens (I really didn't). Then I told him we were doing our best to see that we addressed these little occurrences EARLY in our trip. Then I wished him well as he sped ...
... the mum of the friend I was staying with to the airport. Afterwards we went shopping for food and then to a lookout point to whatch the sunset over the Rocky mountaint. Denver has such a unique landscape. It is completely flat for miles and miles and then all of a sudden there are these huge mountains that petrude 1000's of metres above the ground completely covering the horizon as far as you can see.
... dinner at the Rialto Cafe on the 16th Street Mall. The worst of that experience is finding somewhere to park; even at 5:30 on a Sunday, every meter for blocks was taken, but we did eventually find something not too far away. John had to pay for one of the parking garages--exorbitant. John Jean is a professor of Chemistry at Regis University here in Denver, but he was once a chemistry grad student with Tim at U.C. Berkeley. John had ...