Hampton Inn Loveland
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Night 29: The High Rockies From Gunnison to Loveland, CO Today we drove 352 tough miles, crossed four mountain passes, the continental divide twice, and made it down to the High Plains. Weather was in the 70's and mostly sunny. Rain was in the area tonight but it passed over and never hit the ground. Down here in the Plains it's about 80 at night, which is not a good sign. Today we woke up at Curecanti NRA on the shores of the Blue Mesa Reservoir, the biggest man made lake ...
The beginning of another travel blog! It is only a few days now before my friend Teddy and I head out for a month in London! Our families are generously letting us be away during this traditional family time of Christmas and for me, birthday. I was given the opportunity to sub-let a house in East London (Stratford) for the month while the owner travels in the Orient. I stayed with her for a couple of days during my last visit ...
... Carol: "Levi-land South American style"
Denny: "Wow! Check out those really sexy boots!"
Pat (1): "Margy, put your hand down!"
Dianne: "...Put your right hip in and shake it all about! Do the hokey-pokey..."
Pat (2): "And while Margy was in the bathroom......"
It was difficult to choose a winner, but together we determined it was a tie between:
... slowly when we crawled into the van about 1.30. Van covered in snow, but still pretty warm. Lots of history to explore in town before we head north. Thursday 24th May. Had brekkie in town, looks like we had at least 30mm of snow, and pretty cold for outdoor cuppa! The lady who served us brekkie said they fought hard to keep the casinos out, and to stop the place becoming like Vail & Aspen. Drove to Boulder through scenic route, then onto the interstate ...
... of his old campus. The university is beautiful and poops all over Australian universities. I guess this is why tuition costs so much here, someone has to pay for all that sandstone. We strolled across the beautifully manicured lawns and visited Josephs old dorm. That night we took in the sights (bars) of University Hill. The next day the weather turned, dropped to about 10 degrees Celsius and started raining. I am told Boulder ...