Hampton Inn Longmont
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... Yes, this is the room the Crown Prince Ferdinand of Austria stayed in. He was the man who was assassinated by the Serbian Black Hand which started the First World War. This room was wonderful! We had an electric fireplace, hot tub, and get this...a his and her shower (yes, two shower heads in one shower...no more fighting for what temperature the water ought to be or who needs to be in the water to rinse their hair!) and the shower also doubled as a sauna! We had ...
... in Denver .. it was a good plan!
I spot a car wash on the way to the hotel and since Jim is going to be a bit yet, I decide after checking in to head down and give the Rocket a bath. Well it got the bugs off that as much as i can say. She is in need of a good cleaning thats for sure and the front spoiler is looking like it needs some paint!.
I spot a liquor store right next door so make a stop and with a 4 pack of Strongbow ...
... all of Concourse B, while Southwest an others make up the C Concourse. I think the Denver airport is beautiful. The main terminal (Jeppesen) has the iconic white capped mountain tent top. There are beautiful sculptures and art work all over the airport. It's big and spacious. The food and shopping choices are plenty in each Concourse. Definitely a lot bigger and more complicated than ABQ, however, I still think flying through Denver is a nice experience. And ...
... in wood, metal and clay; they also do a First Friday.
Get to the Five Points Historic District easily by light rail; Welton Street is one of few predominantly African-American-owned commercial strips in the nation. Find soul food, catfish, and BBQ here; it used to be a jazz center and was mentioned by Jack Kerouac in his book On the Road. There’s a Black American West Museum; at the Blair-Caldwell African-American Research Library you can look at the ...
... have a chance to do something like that again? Probably never. If anyone has any input on this, I'd love to hear it.
So that's that for now.
It's getting a bit late and I have to deal with some car issues tomorrow.
When you can’t change the direction of the wind — adjust your sails.— H. JACKSON BROWN JR.