Embassy Suites Denver - Southeast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... with those less fortunate.
- Improve my awareness of different cultures and various world views.
- Reassess my priorities within a global context,
- Explore new career paths, new languages; truly uncover new possibilities.
- Demonstrate practical acts of solidarity.
- Live my life to its fullest potential!
... us off and they told us they'd come get us if there were seats but had to wait for the check in process to complete first. Prior to boarding, they had a half-hearted call for volunteers to take a later flight (with no actual $$ renumeration mentioned). We watched the whole flight board, getting increasingly nervous as the clock ticked by. We went up to the gate and they magically produced boarding passes for us, even sitting together. WHEW. ...
... and McKenna and I spent the next two days there waiting for baby. Finally, it was delivery time and I was there, in the delivery room watching my new great grand daughter being born. What a fantastic experience.
Ran my errands, took care of my medical stuff and visited with a few tennis buddies and old neighbors. Then it was back to the airport and my trip home to CR. ...
... then see if we wanted to go out again later.We ended up spending the evening at the house enjoying time with our hosts, Gabrielle and Russell. Worn out from the adrenaline of the day I passed out on the couch, while Brian and Russell continued talking about Life, the Universe, and Everything (or something like that) into the wee hours. And for some reason, Brian wanted to wear a bathrobe, and the only one we had on hand was my pink one, so he wore that. I don't you, you had to be ...
45 degrees. We dropped 45 degrees since we left the warmth of the Gulf and headed north. I know I complained about it yesterday, but combined with a 30 mph wind, today was really cold! We woke up in Wichita, after a nine hour drive from Houston yesterday, with a seven and a half hour drive ahead of us. There wasn't much to see or do in Wichita, Kansas, so we decided to head out immediately and get a head start to Denver. After a quick stop at the ...