Fairfield Inn & Suites Denver Aurora/Southlands
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We are now all together in Denver, Colorado. I am hoping the trip goes better than our first day. Sam saw Doug in the airport and went running full speed to him, tripping and landing on his nose that began to bleed. Head to lunch where Nate trips and is sprawled out on the floor. Ok we need some sleep or better shoes. We found this cool wild life sanctuary that used to be a chemical weapon ...
Today is an another exciting day for us, it is Joseph's birthday. We will text him to wish him a great day and tell him something is on its's way for him in the mail. I cannot believe that he and Lexi are now 16. We are going to Denver today. Everyone has been telling us that parking is expensive downtown, so we are going to take the Light Rail. The station for the light rail is close to where we are staying. It's very easy ...
... the famed biscuits and gravy for breakfast, not having had this American delicacy yet we signed up. Thus at 7.30am we showed up at the lodge awaiting our breakfast, we were both surprised (and a little scared) that the gravy was white, but the American’s serving were stunned we hadn’t had it before and raved about how good and delicious it is. The 'biscuits’ which were not as good as scones, but looked like scones, were dripping in this white peppery ...
... if you get a bad grade. It is not like high school where the teachers babysit you until you get the material done. People expect some students to fail and it could be you, so just get on top of your work. I took his advice very seriously, and I believe that it should help me succeed at DU. I am very glad that I talked to him and have this support system so I did not go into the college experience blind. I know where I am going and hopefully I can succeed. ...
After a great nights sleep on the picnic tables we set out for Colorado Springs. Our route was Larden, Scott City, the Kansas/Colorado Border A LOT of wide open flat terrain (there were tumble weeds in places, I thought they were only in cartoons) and finally Colorado Springs. We had lunch at a restaurant called "Thunder and Buttons". (I had the bangers and ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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