Doubletree by Hilton Denver - Westminster
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... tomorrow and will hopefully get home tomorrow night. It is about a 10 hour trip and we have a time change so not sure we will make it. But if we don't make it, we will get home on Tuesday. As with the rest of the trip, we will end up wherever we decide to stop. So we will post our final thoughts and a summary of the trip when we get home. ...
... on their feet. After 2 Mike’s **********ades I was right there with them. We chatted to some hipster uni students next to us and could have gotten stoned just from the second hand smoke I think. Thievery Corporation came on around 9:00pm with almost no sound check and were incredible. They had 8 different singers who change every song, a drummer, a percussionist, a barefooted long haired bass player, a trumpet player and saxophone player, a lead guitarist who also rocks ...
... to do today. As we drove past Glenwood Springs, we started seeing the beautiful green of Colorado. We also saw the most expensive stretch of I-70 and the last of the interstate to be built (in Colorado). It's quite impressive to see the double decker Interstate. Quite an engineering marvel. For the rest of the drive we didn't stop and do anything or see anything other than the normal beautiful Colorado scenery until we got ...
... under me.
It took only a few hours to reach the western border of my home state, and I pulled over at the Leaving Colorful Colorado sign. It felt right. Pushing onward, I first ventured off I-70 minutes later on Route 128 south toward Moab, where I saw a group of Pronghorns and lost cell service - just what I was after. You begin to see how gorgeous Utah is very quickly as the earth turns red and sandstone monoliths jet upward ...
... in a foreign country with no alternate offer of accommodation. I return her message and never hear back. Not even an apology... hmm. Right, so now some tough decisions have to be made. What am I going to do – I need to find some accommodation in San Francisco. Hostels are cheaper but I have two stuffed suitcases I hadn’t planned on having to lug through three train stations from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to the city. The last minute ...