Days Inn Denver Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sale. So pictures will return tomorrow. We ate dinner at an Italian place right next to our hotel. The food was good and the atmosphere was unique. Beyond the hostess counter there is a large room with a stage and dining tables on the floor. Several small (2 people) booths surround the main floor. There is a 2nd floor that over looks the stage with more small booths. An older gentleman is playing elevator music on a digital keyboard on the stage. Behind ...
... to aid the survivors as she spoke several foreign languages and could assist the rescued second and third class passengers.
Afterwards we went to see an exhibition of modern art at the Denver Art Museum. Many masters were represented and we enjoyed works of the impressionists up to the modern age. We had been intrigued by posters advertising 'the CELL', a Counter-terrorism ...
... after a short rest in the United Club, we were able to board the nonstop to Denver, avoid the snow (and eventual delays) in Chicago, and get home much earlier than expected.
We got home right about 2pm, which is normal nap time. It took a minor act of God to get the kids to wake up at 5pm on the normal schedule in order to go back to bed at 8pm, but we did it, and they did it, and the adjustment back to home time went really well.
... they will still be pulling off belts and shoes as you're standing there impatiently tapping your foot.
The thing Airports are really great for though, is people watching. There are so many different types of people all in one place. In fact, in my gate right now there is an elderly couple, a father and daughter, a teenage boy, a boy with no legs, a business woman, a Broncos fan, and a Rabbi. All walks of life, and faith, ...
... are above the 3.4-ounce limit. They just aren’t in a certain-size plastic bag.
I argue with the officer for several minutes, telling him I’m flying to Thailand and not going to give up all of my toiletries and sunscreen that I need on my trip. He says I can leave security and go check my luggage. I reply that’s not an option because I have an overnight connection and need those some of those items tonight.
Not getting anywhere with ...