Hampton Inn & Suites Denver/Airport-Gateway Park
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Here I am, sitting at my computer at 4 in the morning, trying to figure out stuff for my trip when I should be sleeping. Tonight I got set up on a travel blog website so I can share stuff while I'm in South America. It seems like it will work well, and even brags about some automatic posting stuff it can do where all I have to do is email a picture to myself.
So this post is just to test it out. Yeah.
Apparently for it ...
... with my feet, with one arm around Sophia’s car seat, the other wrapped around Danny’s sleeping body, looking into Bradley’s terrified eyes telling him to brace with his feet, keep his head against the back of his seat and hold on. He looks at me, completely terrified as we lurch so violently, our heads almost hit the seats in front of us. Other people’s heads DO hit the seats in front of them. People are screaming, bags, books, eyeglasses, etc. are ...
A nice drive from Steamboat to Denver to spend the evening with some friends was just the thing needed before embarking on our Big Adventure. We snuck out of the house like burglars at 6 in the morning to make our way to the DIA being chauffered by ...
... We visited: the National
Museum of Nuclear Science & History: Although the main feature is about
Manhattan Project it also includes other aspects of nuclear science and history
beyond the manufacturing of nuclear weapons.
There are exhibits of military aircraft, missiles, vehicles and even a
submarine. We found it very
interesting. One of the
"go-to" places in the Historic Town sector is the Rattlesnake
Museum but it was ...
... freaky people did not disappoint. We arrived just in time for the King's welcome speech outside the castle gates. We wandered around looking in the shops for a while and enjoying the costumes.
We did see all the big shows including Combat Jousting, Puke and Snot and the Washing Well Wenches. Always cheesy and always fun. At around 2:30 we decided to head back to Denver. On our way towards the exit we happened to catch an Endangered ...