Hampton Inn & Suites Denver/Airport-Gateway Park
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... some brilliant John Oliver interviews and then had an early ish night.
I knew a fair bit about other people's visits to Denver and I knew a visit to the top of a high mountain was normally on the agenda. I am not really a super outdoorsy person but I do like a good view and panoramic opportunity so I was pretty excited! The weather was a bit on and off but we braved driving up the mountain with the roof off the car, it turned out to be ...
... laugh. We made it to Denver in what seemed like record time, found a diners, drive ins, and dives recommendation called Hops and pies, and I ate a delicious pulled pork sandwich with coleslaw and a pesto sundries tomato pasta. It was delicious!!!! Chad and I got into an argument because I thought he was looking for a hotel, and he told me I should be looking since I didn't do anything all day. Since my phone was dead, I laid into him, and ...
... a little early. As usual, when you're up in the air like that looking at the specks of us and you get a sense of (----, there is a unique word for this starts with an S i think) trivialness for us all, yet an appreciation that each speck, including this flying one, has a whole life full of stories and networks and effects intertwined down there. That S feeling fades soon though as your legs start to hurt, you gotta pee and the guy next to you snores. So, this ...
... time in the orphanage. Both of these women are are still alive and living in Bangalore- Ramani is no longer working at the hospital but is still in contact and close friends with Dr. B.
Dr. Bhateja, who now must be in her mid to late 80's, is still quite vibrant and still works at her hospital. Over the past few months I have exchanged several emails with Dr. B and have plans to meet with both women when i get to Bangalore.
... scenery, just different than the red rocks of Utah. We went through the Johnson tunnel (a tunnel is a great way to get to the other side of a mountain) and entered the Loveland pass. We traveled thru ski country around Vail (while they were still skiing in Ca.when we left, they weren't in Colorado!). Brrrrrr the temp went to 36. But we were warm and cozy in the car and arrived for a three night stay in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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