Fairfield Inn Denver Aurora
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
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 ...
... nature and our thoughts are with them! Having made our decisions and set out the required arrangements, we drove out of Utah, passing lots more magical scenes straight out of old western movies and on through Colorado (via the safety of the Interstate). Ironically, it was a glorious day weather wise, start to finish and the only sign of the recent deluge was some debris at the side of the Interstate! We did spot helicopters shuttling ...
"To let life happen to you is irresponsible. To create your day is your divine right."
It all started with an innocent email from my old friend and Aspen co-worker Nico, asking if I'd consider a long shot - come to LA to do international sales for Mammoth Mountain. And even though I received it as I was suffering from an epic, debilitating Aspen hangover, I knew instantly, and rather calmly, that I was moving ...
Upon preparing for college, I heard so many words of encouragement, so many voices telling me that I would be fine meeting new people and that everyone knew me to be so outgoing. But I can never wrap my head around what might have given them such an impression. I've always viewed myself as some sort of "social caterpillar" – a metaphor I’m quite proud of conjuring up – considering social situations with new people often make me freeze or simply shut down ...