Days Inn Aurora Denver International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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Got back into town on Thursday and are having fun catching up with Huddy and the kids. Thanks to major help from Chris' father-in-law, they have accomplished major demo work on their new house in the past two weeks (asbestos from old linoleum abated, new support beams installed, bathrooms gutted, dry wall, studs and walls removed). Hopefully kitchen and bathrooms will be ready for move-in the end of July! Much to do before leaving for Boston on the ...
... dispute and probably in our motel (which didn’t seem to have any other guests, was fairly isolated and had no staff in the building. We laid there for an hour listening to them and trying to work out whether we should call the police or the hotel reception in the neighbouring building. We could pretty much only hear her – she sounded drunk or drugged, and was shouting things like “Are you a man? Come and hit me”. He ...
... 160;Sink or swim! That or I'll get really good at drawing pictures and doing interpretive dances to get my points across. I'm hanging with my two brothers and their families in Colorado this week and will fly home to Seattle today to get clothes washed, re-pack, grab my passport, translation book and head to the airport. Trios Pistoles-here I ...
... campus; you enter and leave by the North gate.
Next up was the Pike's Peak Cog Railroad. This is an almost four hour trip heading up and then back down on up to 25% grades. You climb to over 14000 feet. The views are amazing. The grandson enjoyed the ride up and especially the snow that we still found at the top of the Peak. By the way down, he was getting bored but luckily there was a little boy sitting across from us so they kept each other entertained. ...
... brass plaque, a wooden post-and-header marker, and that is about it, except for the chapel--more about that in a minute. So, we posed for our pictures, and gave Zeus the opportunity to add his own canine mark to the site. His nose told him he was clearly not the first to do so.
Inexplicably, the site includes a small chapel. Apparently, someone felt that the center of the US was a place ...