Hampton Inn & Suites Denver-Speer Boulevard
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... of the Southern Rocky Mountains as well as the northeastern portion of the Colorado Plateau and the western edge of the Great Plains. Red Rocks which we visited yesterday is in the Rockies.
After a long breakfast on the balcony we headed off to Roxborough State Park. We hiked the Mountain Valley Loop which is a 2.1 miles walk. We were advised to look out for rattlesnakes and mountain lions. Luckily we didn't come across any of them. We certainly had our ...
Day 47: 7,389 miles
Thursday, July 17th
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The rain had passed by the time I was ready to ...
... journals yesterday so that they could keep their own log of thoughts and impressions along the way. Both have already jotted down a pre-trip entry, so let's hope they keep up the momentum during the trip itself. They are both really excited for the trip, particularly Javi as he can't wait to see Normandy and the D-Day beaches, being such a rabid war history buff.
OK. Back to packing and prepping the house... Stay tuned!
... to eat even half of what we ordered and were put to shame by the american families ordering far more than us per person and finishing every single bit. We travelled back to Denver through the very interesting red rock park and to finish off the day that evening we had a few drinks and a small meal at the cruise bar in the Oxford hotel.
It was a great couple of days in Denver and my 5 days in Colorado were fantastic. Next stop is Chicago!
After spending over three weeks in Albuquerque training for my gold test, I decided to make a couple of pit stops on the way home. My first leg was from ABQ to Denver to visit some old tour friends. I flew Frontier airlines, which was a whopping 69 dollars. Pretty good deal and the experience was quite nice. I flew one of their Airbus A319 aircraft which actually was equipped with portable tv's that showed live television similar to JetBlue. I think it was 3 ...