Rodeway Inn Convention Center
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... of a woodpecker and a (only slightly less sketchy) picture of a hummingbird. Which are still the cutest damn things ever. I did spend about five minutes chasing around after a couple who were playing together. Ridiculously adorable. And then finally, after lots of searching on the way up, we saw a lizard! Yes! It was exciting, I promise. We even saw a bonus deer in the hills. Loving the nature. Now I just need to see a mountain lion.
On Monday I got to ...
... so we took them.
The flight to Denver was quick. We landed at 21:20. Then off to claim our luggage, which we found out arrived on an earlier flight.
The journey from Denver International Airport to our home was interesting. We took RTD, the public transportation AF to the downtown Union Station Terminal. From the terminal, we took a cab to our residence.
We were HOME, at last, a long journey and a beautiful vacation.
... t see the black tank contents regurgitating back out from the ground pipe. Oh lordy lord - I flapped around like a pre-historic bird that had emerged from the local tar pits. Sh*$t was billowing out and I had no idea what to do - so I dived for the black tank handle and shoved it back in with gusto. The regurgitating stopped, kind of, just an insipid "leaking" remained.
I stared at the "mess" and thought logically. I know (I thought); ...
... a fairly modern museum build atop a hill in a suburb of LA. Right between Mailibu and Bel Air to be exact. Turns out that apart from being a fairly decent museum, the views from up there were unbeatable! We had a look at the photography exhibition, but there were only one or two pictures that excited me.
Afterwards we went back to Brians place because he was expecting two more couchsurfers to get to his place in the evening. Hussein and ...
... but can't say I would rush back, very glitz and glam. However cheaper than I had planned and ended up leaving $400 up from the blackjack I was pretty happy with our time but very much looking forward to getting back on the road and even in the tent again!! Checking out and spending a few hours at the hotel in the sun and getting some lunch we then hit the road again for our next destination Lake Mead National Park where we would camp for the night before Hoover Dam and THE ...