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. ...
... 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 ...
... my bike. I wasn't excited about the few hundred dollars I'd have to spend to get a good one, but it proved to be a wise decision. Since Coeur d'Alene is in June, lots of winter riding was in my future and I'm glad I accepted the fact that much of my initial bike riding would be indoors. Now that I've ridden outside for a few months I cringe at the thought of doing another workout in my living room, facing my deck, screen door open, listening to music on my iPad. In the dead ...
I just don't know how I ended up getting this lucky? I have just had the most stunning, relaxing day - those days that you just dream about when you are stressed at work. I was only scheduled to start work at 4pm today, so went out for breakfast with Rosi (the nanny). The only problem was that I temporarily forgot how much food they serve you in this country, so decided that I needed one pancake on the side... what was I ...
... morning at school, I could not speak. My family took me up mountains, out all over town, and to huge dinners where the tables sat at least twelve people. Was I scared? No. Homesick? No. I smiled a ton and nodded my head, and that seemed to get me through the first weekend.
To get back into the Chinese groove, I am reading Dreaming in Chinese by Deborah Fallows. The book is an account of Deborah learning the Chinese language, told by explaining different ...