Hampton Inn Denver Northwest/Westminster
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... being moved into place. We drove past the construction signs and found a convenience store nearby and parked in their lot. We found the bridge was in place so we wouldn't get to see it being moved. We did, however, see the vehicles they used to move the bridge. They were quite impressive! We were able to look through the fence and see the bridge and watch the work continue so that I-70 would be ready to reopen the next day. We ...
... was not to be the case. The first restaurant we checked was going to be at least an hour wait and rather than spending lots of time checking other restaurants, we decided to just continue driving and eat in Westminster. We had some more amazing views driving and also saw the most amazing clouds with the sun reflecting on them. It was a beautiful drive.
We finally arrived at Gunther Toody's (a restaurant my mom ...
... chirpy talk black lady who humped heavy bags in to upper racks with relative ease).
We left the airport behind within five minutes and were in our Motel 6 room by 9.40, after a nice tour of the residential district of north Denver when John missed a direction of Daniel's (not Alamo's finest), but then miraculously found Peoria Street 'by instinct'.
The sheets were rolled-back and we were in bed by 10.40pm, leaving the air conditioning on.
... what we can expect: three packed days of activities where a support team of 16 people will run us ragged from dawn to dusk! The 150 participants are divided into groups of 50 people, traveling to Costa Rica in three different waves from all over North America, Central America, South America, Seattle headquarters, and the Starbucks Coffee Trading Company in Switzerland. We all received a travel bag and journal for the trip, to ...
... as a marketing tool to get settlers to Mitchell instead of Pierre. Pierre got the Capitol but Mitchell kept the Corn Palace.
Then we drove and drove and drove...until almost Midnight. Waterloo, Iowa...only 60 minutes from Field of Dreams. Drove by Laura Ingalls Wilder's childhood home in Burr Oak, Iowa. I loved those books as a kid. Also the Pipestone National Monument (never heard of it) where Indians quarried the red pipestone for peace pipes...how interesting. And ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking