La Quinta Inn Fort Collins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... then detoured south to Colorado. I arrived in Fort Collins and found Audrey and Colin. We headed downtown which is best described by Audrey as 'a mix of Cedarburg and State Street in Madison'. We walked around the downtown after visiting a pot dispensary. Its was a bit weird but also very cool. I bought a pot brownie but never got to eat it...more on that later.
We looked at the cutesy ...
I spent 3 beautiful days in fort collins, a 1 hour city up north from Denver. Guested by Christophe (a friend of a friend which is coming from the same city than me) and claudia, his really nice native bolivian wife, I had the luck to share their life, and so meet the 2 cute kids of them, adrian and sebastian, both smart multicultural boys. I tasted so many beers there.... (More to ...
... Bob were at the table when I got there. I explained I was leaving today, despite the beautifully sunny day in Moab. (I had planned on visiting CanyonLands National Park.)
I left Moab at 9:30 for the 400 mile drive. At breakfast Pete said to watch out for "Vail Pass." An understatement!
I made it through the first third of Colorado with little difficulty. Near Rifle the rain started - not much, but enough ...
... carefully packed things one at a time and checked each item off handily, all the while experiencing a growing feeling of smug self-satisfaction that I, the experienced traveler, have this little process down pat and can accomplish it with the great ease of the well-traveled. Just short of euphoria, I arrived at an item toward the bottom of the "clothing" section of my list, "white bra." I reached behind me to the bed where I had ...
... of adventure and a free spirit, I have a gypsy soul and that soul needs to spread her wings. My husband on the other hand, enjoys traveling but not in a free spirited backpack style kind of way. He likes his routines, comforts etc. Couchsurfing, hostels and buses would probably send him over the edge. We shall see what they do to me:) I'm leaving for a year because I want to truly travel the world. The more I investigate, the more I realize a year will not be enough, and ...