Fairfield Inn & Suites Denver North / Westminster
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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. ...
... early on at a couple of pull-offs to take pictures. One pull-off was lined with native Americans selling pottery and jewelry. The mountains in Utah were decorated with bright, yellow daisies. The mountains in Colorado became greener as the pine trees returned and then rocky again as we drove through a couple of canyons.
Somewhere during the day, our oil level light came on. We pulled off, checked the oil, saw it was a bit low, and kept driving. ...
... 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. ...
... 8211; and I can assure you were not watching this for the sporting endeavour!
So baseball was interesting – we had seats up in the gods but well located behind the batter. The rules were pretty simple to pick up – you know it’s just rounders after all – and once I had worked out which team we were supporting (the one in the white pants!) it took me about ten minutes to know when to cheer. Me and Lori compared baseball ...
... for a kid her age. I'm so proud of all of them. They were great on stage and really got everybody's attention. Neil Young, on the other hand, was terrible. Oh well. It was worth the money to see our kids at Red Rocks. We drove home through Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, then Bama. We passed the time by listening to The da Vinci Code.