Courtyard By Marriott Denver Airport
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... side we are staying in an absolute hell hole. I’ve written about this before but every time we come to one of these places I feel unsafe. The people here are scumbags and/or Mexican. The room itself was actually quite nice, it looks like it can be used as an Alan Partridge style temporary residence. It looks out onto the absolutely awful dumping ground car park below.
We are hungry but I don’t want to drive back out into ...
... of a pickpocket, keep your hand on your belongings. Nearly every large tourist destination has its share of less savory residents, who seek to take advantage of unwary travelers. Prime targets are crowded areas, where people may be bumping into one another and therefore, may not feel the pickpocket. To prevent this, if you are heading into a crowded situation, ...
... each of them. Like (from dad) a thirst for knowledge, pushing the limits, adventure, efficiency, intentionality, a love of debating, intellectual stimulation, and doing careful, thoughtful work. And (from mom) a deep love and caring about humans and animals, sentimentality, fun, and a sense of humor. We love our parents, and are so thankful for the powerful (and gentle) force they've been in shaping our lives and having us turn out to be pretty cool ...
... the car and big black topless man started walking down the road straight towards to police car, there was a footpath next to the road which he didn’t seem to interested in. What made this slightly concerning for the cop is that he has a big backpack on, and had his right hand in his pocket while he was just walking straight at the car, steering it down. Before he got too close the cop opened the door and stood behind it and asked what he was up too ...
... to see that, it’s 40 feet tall and peering in the window).
But hey, I’ve just been reading about the TRENDIEST neighborhoods, how about the basics? Like the 16th Street Mall, a mile-long pedestrian promenade in the heart of downtown. It is lined with 200 trees, 50,000 flowers, and 28 outdoor cafes; free shuttle buses run from one end to the other every 90 seconds. Wow! And LoDo, 26 blocks of Lower Downtown filled with Victorian and early ...