Hampton Inn Denver Northeast-Brighton
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We woke up this morning and looked out the window to see that there was still snow on the ground, but it was sunny and the light made the snow sparkle, so it was really pretty. We had breakfast, packed all of our things and drove to sears to get some things. Then we started on ...
We woke to a clear blue sky this morning and after a nice cooked breakfast, headed the 2 miles into Mount Rushmore for some photos's and a visit to gift shop for souvenirs. We then drove 17 miles to Crazy Horse memorial another cliff side monument that has been underway since 1948 and is far from being finished. The we drove the 350 miles to Denver. We made good ...
... they offered up seats, they provided unsolicited treats, they opened new lines for us when we approached. They smiled. They welcomed us. I will always be grateful for how kindly our family was treated over and over again.
3) Chocolate: I may not have liked the coffee in Costa Rica, but the chocolate was excellent. The hot chocolate was especially good.
4) Tres Leches cake: I am not really ...
... so many people that used to define my life has had a noticeable effect on me. I’m more independent and more comfortable in my own skin and I’m making sure I only spend time with people who care about me.
I brought a few books with me, most of them fiction, filled with adventures of every kind. I’ve loved these kind of books since I was little and I suppose that reflects on my desire for adventure that I’ve had for the rest of my ...
... canyon…undulating walls of jagged copper colored stone, rising high above us, following us along this winding mountain road. And the roadsides were covered with fallen rocks, reminding us that the earth is constantly changing in form and substance. And we followed the railroad tracks, or they followed us, through hills and canyons and over rivers, sometimes below us, sometimes above, reaching to find the centers ...