Days Inn Aurora Denver International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... cast members and had to take a bus. The bus was late and I had to wait in the cold wind brrr. Luckily I had a converstaion with other people waiting for the bus!
The first meeting was not that spectacular, but nice. It was a big change from being alone in downtown Denver to a room filled with all kinds of people who want to meet you! It was the first time I talked to my fellow travel members and they all are very nice!
There is even a ...
... a thing....not even paying off the Laos government. Yes it sucked at the time, but it's a funny story and one I will never forget. Plus we got to see some of the most beautiful places in the world! For this trip, I could call it living young, and wild, and free!
This adventure has given me and taught me:
A life time sister and friend
Your family and friends are really the only things you need (minus the the ...
Today is a day long coach tour to the Rocky Mountain National Park. After a hesitant start, change of coach within 10 minutes due to air conditioning fault, we are back on the road by 9.15. The tour guide is annoyingly very chatty but the scenery we drive towards stunning. First stop is near Boulder for a view of the Flat Irons and across to Longs Peak. A coffee stop by the entrance to the park allows us to but breakfast! Immediately inside the park we see rams and elk ...
To be honest, the first thing that DU attract me is it that gives priority to with red architecture, red is my favorite color, so I choose to come to DU without thinking. Then, DU is a private university, so the school hardware facilities are very good; the student dormitory condition is very good. When I came to DU, and moved into the dormitory, my RA whose name was Tri welcome me and I made a interview to him in order to make me ...
With only four days to go until I'll be boarding a plane to Rome, it's a good time for a little background knowledge of my new home for the next eight months, Perugia!
Known as Italy's university town, Perugia is one of the best-preserved hilltop cities in Italy today. Situated between Florence and Rome, it is the capital city of the Umbria region, similar in landscape to Tuscany. Perugia is home ...