Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Littleton
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... my travel.
I am so lucky that I have meet so many wonderful people in Colorado and to have such a wonderful family. I want this luck to continue while I am abroad, I truly want to be able to make great friends and become more social. I feel that I have so many aspirations for my experience that I sometimes think that I am expecting to much from it. I am keeping my fingers crossed though! ...
... make the same round trip by car as we did in 1975.... This time the rental car has a GPS system with spoken directions in English. In 1975 we had a Japanese roadmap that also showed the city names in English and that was it. The rental car employee who delivered the car to our hotel in 1975 said with a smile when he handed us the keys: "tomorrow you bring car back" - he didn't think we would be able to make the road trip. But he was wrong :-) On Kyushu we will stay 2 ...
... Two bike boxes carrying one standard touring bike (mine) and one brand new, spiffy, collapsible baby blue Co-motion tandem bike for the folks.
2) Two gigantic roller duffel bags packed to the splitting point; weighing in at 65 lbs each.
3) 1-2 carry on bags per person.
Let me remind you...we are hauling all of our own "stuff". We were trying to stay around 20-25 lbs per person... we did ...
... going to DU.
Just because I have lived in Colorado and haven’t ventured too far out of my comfort zone to go to DU, my journey was still a long and at sometimes terrifying. There was the stress of getting in and completing everything I needed to get accepted. Even now I’m afraid I’m still not good enough for this school, but I’ll work as hard as I can. I think I’ll love it here, and I can’t wait to get ...
... though as I felt I had spent a little too much time here. So, much time that on some days I found the company of the homeless enjoyable, I forgot about the strangeness of being hit on by sleezy dudes every other day and started to believe I was as strange as the cool peeps in this strange city… I successfully met a few people worth keeping in touch with but on reflection I would say the people of Denver are a little on the freaky side!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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