Fairfield Inn & Suites Denver North / Westminster
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... dinner with Rob & Bob. We didn't get to our hotel until after 9pm so that was a long day. It is an non-travel day tomorrow - only plan is to visit Dave's nephew and his family. We will leave Denver on Monday headed for home.
After some discussion about the logistics of our trip, we felt very complimented when Rob said that he thought we knew how to do retirement right and he was going to use us as his role model. ...
... no shade. It was still full of tents as RMNP is such a top destination in the summer. Although there were numerous lookouts we had to keep going. This wasn't a "relax and enjoy RNMP" as much as it was a quick drive through so my sister could quickly see the place with plans to come back. We've driven the road a number of times and although it was hard to not stop, we knew we had some time commitments to abide by. ...
I typically have my next race in mind as I'm going into an event, so as the Portland Marathon approached last October I was getting antsy about what I'd do after that was over. I'd wanted to do an Ironman for a few years, but always thought it would be something I'd wait to do until I was older for some reason. Last fall I started feeling really confident that I could do it and, despite the fact that it had been 2 years since I'd done my only half Iron distance ...
... when we saw a homeless man playing for all his friends. They were all sitting around the piano with their bin bags of belongings on the floor - quite an unusual sight. Wish I'd had my proper camera with me!!
We then came back to the hotel to hit the Spa/ pool. (I was so pleasantly surprised when I arrived yesterday to find that it was really hot! Not, only that - but there is an outdoor pool!) We spent the best ...
... bean paste. Two baozi cost about 1 yuan ($0.16). Eat four baozi and you will explode, I promise you. I am looking forward to learning about the different cuisines in each province and eating food from the local street vendors. One of my favorite snacks from China was braised cucumber that my host mom, sister and I got on the side of a overcrowded street.
My length of stay is one of the things I am most excited about. Time will be different. I will be there ...