Days Inn Fort Collins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the way down the eastern slope follows the Arkansas River. There were rafters on the river. A little too cool for me as it was only in the high 60's air temperature. Some stretches of road were empty except for my car. Stopped at Dwain and Chris's in Colorado Springs for a bit. On to Fort Collins as they take care of granddaughter Clara in the morning. Horrible traffic and beautiful ...
... who also plays horn in the Santa Rosa Symphony. The performance was wonderful and we heard Linda Wang playing violin. We ate lovely home--cooked meals as well as Mexican, Thai, great gluten free pizza made with zucchini, and tasty grilled salmon and lamb. It felt like Sonoma County. There are plenty of great restaurants in Ft. Collins. Our hosts also took us all around town, up to Estes Park, Rocky Mtn. National Park, Boulder, and dropped us off in Denver after we turned in our ...
... very rarely, senoirs.
After this brief run down we were split into groups and got our schedule for the day. It's a full on day where we visit all seven houses and find the right one for us.
At the first house, we were greeted by the girls in the doorway singing a pop song that they had changed the lyrics to. As we awkwardly stood in the doorway, the girls would then come up to us, smile on and hand out, and say 'welcome to ... my names ...." ...
It doesn't look like we will be heading out to see Spencer's game. Bummer! It would be a minimum 3 hour round trip drive if we went and we are not sure about traffic (on July 4) and there is a chance of rain. We drove into town, ate lunch and enjoyed the surroundings. There was a parade earlier this morning, so there are still people around celebrating the holiday. I wanted to see the flower gardens at CSU, so we stopped ...
... into a circular rotation on the belt. Minutes passed and the number of unclaimed bags dwindled considerably as travelers grabbed their belongings and left. The realization that our bag wouldn't be coming sunk in ever more deeply with each creaking, squeaking rotation of the baggage carousel, empty now except for one forlorn little bag circling hopefully for its owner. It was still on the slowly moving belt when we finally left the area to make a missing bag claim.