Days Inn Denver Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the table. And we decided that taking a perhaps slightly limited trip to Asia was a better option than sitting at home depressed for a month because we should have been there. We packed for about two weeks prior to departure, getting the gear and the clothes just right, and re-learning how to rig up the luggage to the stroller so that I would not have to carry much at all - we could put it all on wheels. (Or rather, I could ...
... syrup to make them taste of anything other than disgusting dough. Never again.
We made the short trip round the corner to the Crazy Horse monument which is at the back of Mount Rushmore and is a huge unfinished rock carving of a famous native American. I was thinking because it wasn’t finished and because it wasn’t, well, Mount Rushmore it may be a donation thing, it wasn’t it was $11 each, twice the price of MR. ...
... br> Tuesday and Wednesday: Another potentially significant round of severe weather, starting in the Central Plains Tuesday and spreading into the mid-Mississippi and Ohio Valleys for Wednesday. There is the potential for squall lines packing widespread damaging winds during this time frame. It is not out of the question that a derecho -- a long-lived squall line bringing damaging winds along a path of several hundred miles.**********
Its looking very promising.
... 20 minute trip to DIA from the Stapleton Park-n-Ride. A quick security check and to the gate.
Spirit Airlines only allows a small carry-on or you pay $100 for a carry-on. So, with that said, everyone in the boarding area had nothing but small backpacks and that was it!
... We retraced our drive back towards the highway and pulled off at one of the many open space parks along the creek, Lair o the Bear. We walked a few of the trails, intended to stay in the shade along the creek, but part of that path was closed due to recent flooding. So, we took the trail up the bluff. It wasn't a strenuous hike but it felt great to be outside and stretch our legs.