BEST WESTERN PLUS Denver Hotel
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At the hotel Denise got a room upgrade AGAIN. After freshening up we headed out to dinner at the Prime Steakhouse. Since we are in cow country I ordered a steak and it was awesome, as was the girls chicken. Although I do think we were lucky enough to chose as ...
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