Extended Stay America - Denver - Aurora South
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We woke up this morning and looked out the window to see that there was still snow on the ground, but it was sunny and the light made the snow sparkle, so it was really pretty. We had breakfast, packed all of our things and drove to sears to get some things. Then we started on ...
... behind on the television programs.
Back in the saddle. First, I have to say how unbelievably bike-friendly Denver is. High-five city planners. Bike lanes here are immense enough for a Peloton, a covered wagon and room to spare for a possible Buffalo stampede. However, Denver does seem to have a little bit of trouble with road name creativity. There must be 20 different varieties of Jamison Rd. to name one example. Jamison Ct, East ...
... in her hair! I immediately called Ed at home and asked him to Google just how these things are passed to others. He told me that if eggs (no lice) are found, then only head-to-head contact is a risk. I was able to get my manicure, but per local health rules, DeeDee had to shut the salon down for disinfection after I left. I am glad my appointment was early in the morning, because otherwise this would have caused a delay in leaving for Denver.
Months in the planning and our trip begins today! Visiting Machu Picchu has been my mother's dream since studying pre-Columbian archaeology in college, and I've been calling her bluff on its fulfillment for years. Now mother and daughter are going to Peru for 10 days, Lima - Cusco - Sacred Valley - Machu Picchu - Cusco - Lima. We can't wait!
Friends have been so awesome (thank ...
... to really try to understand French and work it down to what became a science for me. I decided to take up Spanish as well to get a jump start on my list of places to visit.
I had heard of the University of Denver before, but only of the beautiful campus. When my dad mentioned it in discussion an interest struck and I decided to run with it. I went on the school website to see if I would even ...