Courtyard Denver Southwest/Lakewood
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... play Clash of Clans, and I return and thaw it. I speak with great confidence when I tell you that if I am not there and he can't play with his toys, he would resolve the issue if he could.
I am used to all this and it doesn't annoy me. Let me tell you what Dad does that DOES annoy me. Take this morning. Dutiful wife that I am, I went to the AAA office before we left and obtained guides and maps for ...
... a double bed) we made our way to the dining car for breakfast. Then it was along to the observation lounge for the most spectacular day yet.
There was a stop at Grand Junction station where we could get off for 15 mins or so to get some fresh air and buy a couple of things in the station shop. The train signals its departure by giving 2 of those long deep throated whistles and it's important to get back on board in time - there ain't another until tomorrow! ...
... It was really cold but we saw some squirrels. We came back had some leftovers for lunch and drove to the lake to do some ice fishing. We walked out on the ice, being careful not to slip. Then we sat on a bucket while Chris or Dad drilled holes in the ice in front of us. We set up our rods and fished. Every child was able to catch at least one ...
... that evening and it was really good. The main act of the night was a guy called Bret Earnst, he was been on comedy central (TV channel) and done quite a few TV shows – he was great actually, really enjoyed it.
After the show we headed out into Denver town, I experienced a pickle shot (a Pat favorite), and another country bar – I’m really getting into them, and may have brought some country boots…
... main sights such as the state capitol building - apparently the thirteenth step is exactly one mile above sea level. We walked up and down the main shopping street, the pedestrianised 16th Street Mall, and looked in one or two shops before driving back to the hotel and then on to the car rental depot to drop off the Toyota. Back at the hotel again, we watched a bit of TV and then went out for an evening meal in another nearby ...