Courtyard by Marriott Boulder Longmont
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We went to the indoor climbing gym in Boulder.
We watched The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies and The Imitation
Game in the theatre (all very AWESOME!).
In celebration of Valentine's Day, we stayed at our favorite hotel, The Cliff House in Manitou Springs. Because they were having a special during the off-season, we got a great deal on a celebrity room. We stayed in the Crown Prince Ferdinand celebrity suite. ...
... a man to see about a check in Denver.
I decide rather than to follow Jim, to keep going to our Hotel while he takes a detour to meet the man about the check... This time the split was planned and I'm soon a lone wolf on the road! lol.
The hotel was not hard to find even without the GPS as we had decided to stay north of Denver in a place called Longmont. This way we can get out of town in the morning without having to ...
... has a quaint southwestern-type feel to it. It sort of reminds me of being in an airport straight out of the 70s or 80s, yet oddly charming. There is a small food court with a few things to choose from. A few shops here and there. The floor is red brick which also adds to that southwestern feel. Best of all, curbside to gate takes no more than 10-15 minutes. I love smaller airports. When I landed in Denver, we came into Concourse A, which is Frontier. ...
... least look back at the scads ( into the thousands!!) of pictures we've taken and relive everything!! And where IS Marcio....... and why hasn't he brought me my breakfast with a towel draped over his arm??? Oh well.............. back to reality!!! Well, no worries!! We've already started planning our next ...
... 8221; with outdoor cafes, just a short walk from Washington Park. Edgy, or peaceful, choose your neighborhood.
The art district on Santa Fe has more than 40 galleries and studios (the largest collection in Colorado) with a First Friday Art Walk and a Collector’s Night (third Fridays); galleries are open late and lure you in with beer and wine and music too; the River North (RiNo) district, just north of downtown, has kept its industrial roots and ...