Days Inn Aurora Denver International Airport
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... I fell in love with as a child was called Vulcan, a story about a bald eagle. One of the ones I saw today was not fully mature and had a black head, but was definitely a bald eagle.
We are now descending into the Denver area. This also reminds me of driving into Guatemala City. We emerged from a tunnel and suddenly saw the sea of lights below, the plateau that is Denver, another mile high city.
... to the Days Inn and checked in. We decided to eat supper at Vinny's Bar and Grill just across the street because Days Inn gave us a coupon and because we could just walk there. It turned out to be a good choice. Larry had Fish Tacos and a Fat Tire Beer brewed in Fort Collins. I had a Reuben and water. After supper we checked out the 7/11 just in front of the Days Inn. Larry said they didn't have any ...
... home. There weren't many of her flower paintings so we definitely plan to go see more of O'Keefe once back home. I think the best way to explain the paintings we did see is to quote the website for the art museum:
"The exhibition brings to light a relatively unknown aspect of Georgia O’Keeffe’s art and thinking—her deep respect for the diverse and distinctive cultures of northern New Mexico. Georgia ...
I think one of the harder things about starting college, at least for me, was watching all my friends leave. For the majority of my friends, classes started about midway through August, while I still had a couple weeks of freedom because I wasn't able to move into my dorm until September 1st, and then classes didn't start until September 10th. I think of all my friends that decided to attend CU, CSU, and and out of state schools, I knew only four people that were starting later than ...
... of Italy.
There you have it. Perugia at a glance. The next time I update this, I'll be able to relate my first real impressions of the city, the school, the other students, etc. I'm also working on getting a share site going where I can put all of my photos and everyone can view them easily. I look forward to sharing this experience with anyone interested in reading my blog! Until next time, ciao!