Hampton Inn & Suites Denver-Speer Boulevard
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... Every year cruise ships that have been plying the Alaskan waters all summer are "repositioned" back down to LA or San Francisco for the winter cruises to Mexico and South. Repositioning cruises are short - there are even cruises of just one night - and repositioning cruises are much less expensive than "normal" cruises because there are no port fees as you don't stop anywhere in between.
Jeff had stumbled upon a great cruise deal...we would fly to Seattle (for ...
... first day of the Fare Thee Well Grateful Dead tour in Santa Clara, was a little heart wrenching for me. And of course I am forced to face the FOMO head on and search inside. Much of the time, it's not that I want to be in one place more than the place I am at, but rather that I want to be in 2 or 3 places at once. While this has always been a hurdle for me, this whole road trip has been an incredible exercise in "going with the flow". But when the ...
... in my life....and this was so pleasant compared to that. I didn't get pushed, shoved, nearly puked on, cursed at...NOTHING! Annnnyhow..... We found a place in the crowd and watched as the parade came through! We bummed around downtown for a bit afterwards but it was WINDY that day. Like knock you over windy. So we headed back to our cars and made our way to Golden, Co where the Coors Brewing Company is located. For those of ...
We woke up this morning and looked out the window to see that there was still snow on the ground, but it was sunny and the light made the snow sparkle, so it was really pretty. We had breakfast, packed all of our things and drove to sears to get some things. Then we started on ...
... touring the MillerCoors brewery but it was closed due to a tragedy - a tourist drowned in one of the vats (but only after getting out 3 times for a pee).
Our next stop was Colorado Springs. There, we visited a historic town site and spotted a recruitment poster for Pony Express riders. The typical applicant must be: young (not over 18), skinny, wiry and willing to risk death for $25 a week. Orphans preferred!
Red Rock Canyon and the Garden of the ...