Extended Stay America - Denver - Park Meadows
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... English tradition of popping a firecracker that has a joke inside. We took the light rail home. It was nice to have a little time alone with Lauren and Bob. We've decided to try to make that happen more often.
Allen called Ben Padgett to wish him a Merry Christmas and found out his sister Barbara had come up from Tuscon for Christmas so we invited them over on Christmas Day. I fixed a ham dinner with ...
... to make them a bit 'different’ with little touches, I have no examples of this right now. We walked down the main street and had a beer at a relatively expensive outdoor restaurant and then went to a pizza place we thought looked nice on the way past, it was pretty nice.
We navigated past the parks and past the drug dealer steps and got back to the hotel to do some extensive planning only the internet wasn’t working so we sat listening to people have fun in the club next ...
... will be the most powerful country in the world within the next decade (or two), and are already taking the steps necessary to establish large zones of influence throughout Asia, in Africa, South America and in parts of Europe. When you read the local media, they clearly see America as a fundamental enemy of their future and ambitions, and are not shy about saying so. As we see it, they will continue to push us and push us, and assume we will slowly ...
The alarm went off at 6:15am Central European Time, which, as my unadjusted tablet was so kind to remind me, was 10:15pm Mountain Time on the night before.
We let the kids sleep as long as possible while the adults packed up and ate at the impressive HIX breakfast buffet. We all got over to the airport as planned and the kids were able to eat breakfast in the contract lounge.
The flight from MXP to Newark was fairly uneventful. C slept in ...
... shuttle, the driver ignored me the whole way but spoke to the German couple nearby and basically did the exact route they wanted. Thought I'd got off in the right place but had to walk about half a mile to find the hotel. Lots of info about having a bad day there, but the brilliant thing is, that's what made me go to the hotel bar and demand a nice cup of tea to calm down. And then the whole thing changed! The guy next to me ...