Embassy Suites Denver - Downtown / Convention Center
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Another day in Denver and I'm reminded why we keep thinking about moving here. I have to consciously think about how much we love our life in Portland. We started the day by leaving two sleepyheads in bed and walking to Peet's on 14th Street for coffee. On the way, we stumbled upon the Weinermobile. Turns out it's national hotdog month. Who knew? …
Off to a slow start again today, but after breakfast and a little work we headed out to Hammond's Candies for the factory tour. It was a good tour and we bought some fudge, but the focus was definitely more candy than chocolate. We went next to the Denver Zoo, which was great. We saw zebras, giraffes, rhinos, hippos, a red panda, baby cloud …
... would be to DRIVE to New Orleans before that trip and then live with my mom in New Orleans for a couple of months after the trip.... My job starts in October.
Soooo... the last 2 weeks have been go go go, seeing people every hour of every single day... It has been awesome and wonderful to say adios, but now, the morning I am supposed to be getting in the car and driving across the country, the exhaustion is hitting me like a ton ...
First things first. I had the pleasure of meeting the newest addition, Caleb (Cay Bear), who has spent 6 weeks on the earth.
Real talk about Disneyland, Jolly Roger Pirates, and Brazil before breakfast with Joey and Elijah. This kind of morning routine could cure the world of all pessimism. After a few slices of watermelon, I began the necessary paperwork for Remote Medical, which turned into an all morning activity. Coffee Stains. THEN, a break ...
... Rocky Mountains, and the wild blue mustang sculpture with glowing eyes greeting passengers at the Denver airport. Ironically, none of the things I knew about Denver have made much of an impression on me. Rather, I’ve spent the past 3 days here being inspired by women in business and by a civic-minded entrepreneurial city that has written its own story.
But March 8th, International Women’s ...