Embassy Suites Loveland - Hotel, Spa and Conference Center
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This it Turkey minus 7 days!
A week from right now I'll be at Denver International Airport. The requisite 3 hours before my international flight.
Let's see, am I organized? Pretty much, though I still need to print my postcard address labels. It is much lighter to carry a sheet of pre-printed address labels than my entire address book. Need to make my money cheat sheet - a 3x5 or 4x6 card with one side showing Dollars ...
... they had Chicken Fried Steak, Barbecue Chicken, Steak, Green Chile Macaroni and Cheese, and many others. The musical itself was also outstanding! Everyone sang great and it was a very enjoyable night.
On our drive back to our hotel near Denver, we listened to all the music from the musical again. It's great!
... with light hearts and a sense of adventure we set off down the familiar path outside the city's reach. The urban sprawl of Dallas gives way to vast expanses of wide open space and carefully tended ranch land. Flat as the surface of a coin, everything down here seems to reach out to infinity. Golden prairie lands, low green flecked hills, red sand plateaus and wide sweeping canyons - ...
... also north of London. It happened to be market day, so the street was crammed with stalls selling clothing, wall hangings, fruit and veg, toiletries, just about anything you can think of. There was even a butcher sitting on the side of his refrigerated truck, with fresh, uncovered meat sitting out. Yum. After going the wrong direction, and purchasing a fascinator (one of those great, feathery hats that so many of the women wore at the wedding of ...
... stream water bottles. Seating included various couches, arm chairs and even a saddle - quite different. We saw some nice old buildings, heard ghost stories and generally got some good info on Boulder. The university was particularly impressive with lovely old stone buildings. After our bus tour we went to Daushanbe Tea House, a gift from a sister city in Ubekistan. It was a beautiful building and very popular. We tried iced tea which was quite nice but not something I’d ...
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