Hampton Inn Denver - International Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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We set off to the airport around 4 pm, to catch a flight to Vancouver. The journey began with a bouncy flight over the foothills on an A320 and the typical United flight attendant announcement that cabin service would be on hold because of anticipated turbulence. Do you ever notice how infrequently the other airlines suspend service due to turbulence? ...
... be in a metropolis by this
afternoon. The cold bite of the morning air keeps my speed in check; I tuck
myself in and absorb the heat coming off the engine below me. It's longer then
I expect before I catch up with Don, he hears me coming and extends his arm for
one final farewell. I have the road to myself for much of the morning and I
don't take it for granted, by afternoon and for the next few days it will be
all hustle and bustle. I take a break ...
... br> rental had an additional $13.99 fuel charge, bringing the rental to
$29.00. I was annoyed as the drop off took about 20 minutes, it was 92 degrees and I was not in the mood to take care of the error right then. We were on the
shuttle to DIA East Terminal, that mattered and was much more exciting at the
The shuttle dropped us at Southwest Airlines check in. The line was long, seems ...
As we crawled into the tent last night we got our first real taste of sleeping in a tent in the desert...even with the rain fly staked down the wind blew sand into the tent, all over the sleeping bag. We're not just talking about a little sand either; the entire sleeping bag was covered! Thankfully, it was closed, so the sand wasn't in the sleeping bag, but it was still not pleasant. Just one more reason we are thinking of getting a ...
... is poured, rooms are decorated, and everything else.
The Japanese people are shy, focused on conformity, not wanting to “stick out”, emphasize conservatism in their spending, and are almost apologetic about their country’s position in the world. They seem nearly defeated by the stagnation and deflation of the past 20+ years, and seem unsure about their future.
China provides a dramatic contrast with nearly all of the above ...