Element Denver Park Meadows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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"United in Orange" was the sign on every lamppost and building in Denver. The Denver Broncos made it the the divisional playoff games and we were at Mile High Stadium to cheer them on as they played Tom Brady and the Colts. Denver is a great place to visit. Very diverse and with an amazing array of dining establishments. All the high ...
... been alone in. They gave us two and a half hours to do whatever we needed
to do which was more than enough time. Whether it was taking a shower, taking a
nap, or anything else, they gave us ample time to adjust. When the time was up,
everyone met in the lobby within the same time of us getting off the plane and
settling in the hotel, soon enough they wanted our first night to be the kick
off so they decided to take everyone out to the cheesecake factory for ...
... down. The same goes for the elderly. Don't get me wrong, I love them, they're adorable and loveable, but they have a tendency to move at a slower pace. Which is fine, when they aren't stopping me from getting through security. Also be wary of the tourist. Anyone in a Hawaiian shirt is in no hurry to go anywhere. Here are the people you want to sand behind in line; Business men and woman, they know where they are going and what they are ...
... 30-1. The
entire 7th Cavalry didn't stand a chance.
One thing we learned... after the battle, squaws did the scalping
and salvaging soldiers clothing while warriors collected weapons, captured
supplies and rounded up run-a-way horses.
Adjoining the battlefield
Monument, visitor center and museum is a National Cemetary containing
hundreds of graves from numerous previous battles in the region. Today, there
are thousands ...
... we were still moving well. Surprisingly, we were flying all the way down to Idaho Springs. Last summer when we drove this route we were delayed for almost 2 hours due to the tunnel construction detour there. Today, on a beautiful autumn Sunday afternoon, the traffic returning to Denver was light. We arrived at our son's house in just over 8 hours, invigorated by the beautiful day on the road and anxious to see our daughter who was coming to visit ...