Days Inn Denver Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... better, I ate great food & took awesome photos. Having the opportunity to speak with both Arabs & Jews about the situation was priceless. I think I experienced every emotion during this trip with all that occurred, having to take shelter during rocket launches, witnessing 2 wonderful people get married, taking an all the history that is my personal roots, Evette falling on a rooftop, .... Indescribable & priceless. Here are some thoughts from the ...
... a long hallway then outside to a small plane. We got seated on the plane and it was HOT! We waited about 20 minutes before being told our flight was CANCELLED!
After waiting in an extremely long line we were told we could be put on a flight at 4pm the next day! We decided we would rent a car, get a hotel room, sleep for a few hours and then drive home. We were told it would take about an hour to get our luggage.
While I was on hold with one ...
... journals yesterday so that they could keep their own log of thoughts and impressions along the way. Both have already jotted down a pre-trip entry, so let's hope they keep up the momentum during the trip itself. They are both really excited for the trip, particularly Javi as he can't wait to see Normandy and the D-Day beaches, being such a rabid war history buff.
OK. Back to packing and prepping the house... Stay tuned!
... first class British Airways booths... I am going to have to treat myself to one of those someday. What a way to travel! They looked so comfortable. I've always wondered why people pay so much for the typical first class where you get a slightly larger seat. If you're gonna pay extra, those first class booths are the way to go!
Plane food... nasty. However, I am pleased to report that the drinks are still free, unlike many US domestic flights these days.
... left mounds of mud and boulders....everywhere. Sandbags are still stockpiled. They're still cleaning up!
Centuries ago, Pueblo Indians constructed the Manitou Cliff Dwellings (probably the best preserved site we're ever visited). Unlike other cliff dwellers where each room faced the outside, the Pueblo Indians constructed theirs several rooms deep with interconnecting tunnels, hallways and shafts to their 5 story apartments. The "back" rooms were used ...