Extended Stay America - Denver - Aurora South
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Woke to Breakfast on the chilly patio. Fred does a nice job with his cooking.
What to do before leaving. How about the Gondola ride up Vail Mt. Very scenic trip up the mountain plus a short hike on the top. Great pictures from up here at 10,000 ft.
Left our friends home after returning from the ride and drove I 70 east to Denver. You drive thru the pass at over 11,000 ...
... of the mountains and we could see the first half of our train through our windows.
When we stopped at Glenwood Springs station we were alongside the river Colerado and could look across to the spa buildings.Then it was back into the mountains again with deep snow everywhere and frozen rivers before a stop at a place called Granby where it was still snowing . We got out for 5 minutes, long enough for Val to hurl a few snowballs at me near a vehicle half ...
... one suffering from jet lag. There were these two Irish guys drinking some beers. Guess it shouldn't surprise me too much to see Irish drinking when they want. That early in the morning sounds rough, but I guess good for them. Well the shuttle didn't show up so still 8am, I grabbed a cab because the last thing I was going to was miss ...
... and continue in a long, never ending hallway with multiple doors until we reach the end of the hallway (Gate B77). A gate agent manually checked each passenger off the passenger manifest and directed us to Q400 outside. With multiple planes sitting next to each other, it can be a confusing experience.
Once onboard, we had a departure delay ...
... of evolution and the hypocrisy of some religions weren’t helping my cause.
As I walked into my second day of a painfully early anthropology class at DU, I sat and listened as our teacher explained the scientific method. He explained that this method uses skeptical thinking and only draws conclusions from cold, hard facts meaning there wasn’t much room for faith in this classroom. We ...