Extended Stay America - Denver - Cherry Creek
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... and learning her story. I asked Laurie to share her story with our entire group because we were lacking motivation one morning, and after she shared her story there was not a dry eye around. I can't wait to see finished house! It's funny because the first day of building after 9 days of riding was pretty much a joke, we were all exhausted. The second day we made headway with framing, siding, and garage building. We knew our first ...
... a plane window as it starts its descent to land. It took another hour to reach the outskirts of Denver which is itself some 5270 ft above sea level. We eventually arrived at 18.45 just a few minutes late. We are not yet half way across America!
It's difficult to adequately describe today's journey. Our photos can't do it justice because its about not only the Rockies and the snow and the scenery, but it's the whole experience: the charismatic customer service ...
... 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 ...
... we had a nice early lunch (or 2nd breakfast?) at a downtown restaurant, which Ali proclaimed 5-star.
After a full morning, we rested a bit and then headed back downtown to 16th street late in the day. We were disappointed to find that the cool diner we'd seen yesterday was closed today, but we made do with a Johnny Rockets feast.
Holly: Up and my dad shows Olivia how to ...
... my description of the evening but it certainly was a thrill to be here in Denver enjoying our Canadian national past time.
It is my final week, of the three-week International Visitor Leadership Program, as a guest of the US Department of State, with only days remaining in Denver before heading to San Francisco for the final stop. Washington, DC; Kansas City, Missouri; Austin, Texas; and now Denver: my ...