Extended Stay America - Denver - Aurora North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Also a long tunnel ( Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnel). We did remember being here before and I wanted to take same side trips.
Arrived in the Denver area (Aurora) and with the help of "good old" GPS and found Larry/Margie's home on a golf course. (13th. green). They have a lovely place of about 2600 sq. ft. We had the downstairs suite and it worked out very well.
... to Fortcollins. We were really excited when we saw some super cute squirrels in the trees when we stopped at a red light. We stopped at some outlet stores to buy some shoes then drove the rest of the way to Chris's house. We had chilli made by Chris for dinner and went to ...
... of hope that I might get a BF seat on Tuesday’s flight. Next I checked the load for the late IAD-DEN flight. Ugh, not good – as I recall, the flight was overbooked by four. But the early-morning IAD-DEN flights tomorrow weren’t looking good either, so I decided to try for the late-night Denver departure because I’d rather spend the night at a DEN-area hotel tonight than have to wake up at dawn and schlep out to IAD early in the morning.
... and talking with my teachers and going to the restaurants around campus I came to only one conclusion. Denver is all about the laid back/easy-going culture. This made making friends a lot easier.
Now one piece of advice my mom gave me throughout life was, "people are different and from different places, you’re not going to be friends with everyone". At first I thought this was harsh but once I got to college, I realized how true ...
... to go to college, I decided to apply. With the preconceived notion that I was going to the University of Denver, I applied early to the school. Because of the great study abroad program, and how the school kept improving every year, I was heavily drawn to the school. The campus was gorgeous, and I knew there was a great fit for me no matter what program I chose. My grades and my test scores seemed sufficient to get into DU, but nonetheless, I was extremely worried. I ...