Fairfield Inn Denver Cherry Creek
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Ruth needed room to unpack her growing number of soft toys ( Macdonalds freebies plus Enderman of New York and Rabbity) and not have James in her space as had happened in Cape Cod.
Anne wanted a SatNav and was willing to pay for it (Tom had brought maps from UK) Anne was not moving on it.
Tom wanted a car with a bit of oomph as we were going over the Rockies, the Colorado Plain and Death Valley.
All were sorted by our new best friend - ...
... down till the rental had to be home. we made it though after about 10 miles of stop/start driving.
no upgrade on the flight home so it was slum class. the flight was delayed around an hour due to strong head winds coming over to Denver but they added a couple of hundred MPH`S on the way back and we arrived ...
... taste of home after a month in this country of rather odd snacks even if I did pay $3.50 for 5 biscuits. I had a lovely chat with the bar stuff and explained to them that English people don't call burgers 'wimpys' as assumed on their menu! I finished my drinks and biscuits and headed to the art museum. When I arrived at Nick Cave's art exhibition I had to convince myself that I wasn't completely ****** off of my 2 pints (it wouldn't be a massive ...
The day started with a 2 hour breakfast. Shauna cooked bacon for almost 45 minutes and kept hiding it so Alex couldn't sneak a piece. Heather made a Thomas Keller quiche, and I (Tyler) made potato latkas. We also had some bread with some crazy gourmet Jams.
After breakfast we made like Jersey and juiced and took shots - Heather had a juicer and made vegetable shots for us.
We decided to BAIL on VAIL because the weather ...
Let's recap, just in case you've forgotten where we were in this saga (like I have - how is it 1.5 years later?).
We booked this very complicated, multi-layered trip on a mistake fare. Two trips to Southeast Asia in two months (I'll let the Trip Rationale post explain why that was so - if I don't get to the "what actually happened" part, I'll lose what little steam I have for ...