Hampton Inn Ft. Collins
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... excited, New Orleans has been top of my list ever since I watched American Horror Story (where it was based) and learnt some of the cool witch/magic history!
A couple of weeks back I went to Red Rocks for the second time. It was a 'festical' called Rowdy Town where all these 'DJ's' play. The main group is called Big Gigantic (Big G) and they play kind of dance/ravey music. Not my favourite type but I was not passing the opportunity to go back to ...
... the different houses. Day 2 was a little different, just because they have narrowed their numbers and really try to talk to you in more detail. The food was also better today; I got a little wrap! I made sure to eat as much as possible on the houses I knew I wouldn't join. I mean it's a long day and I was hungry!
After day 2, we put the houses we went to in order of the ones we want. Then comes monday evening, preference night. This was when we dress ...
During August and September (the supposed dry months) of 2013, I planned my first long distance solo motorcycle camping trip. (Up till now, my longest trip was 5 days around Colorado.)
I will cover 4,260 miles over 23 days through Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Washington, British Columbia, Alberta, Montana and Wyoming with sightseeing ...
... fit into the tent but we got it and that’s pretty much the only thing that fits in the tent now! Our campsite is right on the river and we have our own little beach. We got cleaned up and headed into downtown Fort Collins which is about 30 minutes from camp. We had dinner and a few fun cocktails, Blake a Mojito Royale and me a Stoli Doli which was a pineapple infused vodka martini…delicious! We walked around downtown for a ...
We stopped at a shopping centre in Lone Tree. This is a lovely centre, with stone and timber being widely used throughout. There are a few well-placed open fireplaces, which is an unusual feature within a shopping centre, but the affect is wonderful. We went outside, where there is a pool of running water over a lovely pink stone paved area. A bald eagle statue on one side, and quotes from several people. We walked around to the other side, ...