Fairfield Inn Denver Tech Center/South
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We were woken up early because it was Christmas morning. I went upstairs and saw what I had in my stocking. I got some lip balm, a scarf, a Starbucks card and some chocolates. Then after breakfast we went to open our other gifts, I got a magazine subscription, a hair straightener, a pandora bead and an iTunes voucher. Then I went on a walk with Mum ...
We woke up this morning to find a blanket of snow over everything outside. So we had some breakfast and went outside in the snow, we even got to walk on the frozen river. Then we got ready to drive to Beaver Meadows Ranch. It was about an hours drive and we saw a lot of mountains along the way. We we got outside and it was FREEZING! We walked through the wind and snow to the place where we were going tubing. What you do to tube is grab ...
... back down and put our hands in the spring to see how cold it was. A wonderful evening full of swinging, playing pirates and army and some physiology reading.
After eggs, I broke out the WD-40 and set off on a morning bike ride down the South Platte River trail past the disco-sequin dog statute, various fly fisherman to the downtown area past Broncos Stadium. After realizing that I left my GoPro on the roof of my car in my shoes, I turned and ...
... 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 ...
... of my life, college. I’ve learned over the years that the best way to enjoy a trip is to get to know the local culture and the best way to do that is to be friendly and outgoing and talk to the people around you. This carries over to college as well, because no one wants to spend the next four years being alone. That’s the other difference between college and traveling. The trips that I’ve been on, I leave with a group and return with ...