Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Littleton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... country before, and I am lucky since I am going with my roommate from Regis University. However, I will be completely away from my family for the first time. I find this to be exciting because I believe this will allow me to grow into a stronger person, but I am nervous about being so far away. Fortunately for me I am more excited than I am nervous. Hopefully, I will continue to feel this ...
... the well-known sightseeing places, which will be a nice way to get reacquainted with Tokyo. From Tokyo we'll take the Shinkansen (high speed train) to Kyoto where we will stay for 3 days. Hoping to meet up with our dear and longtime friends Miwako and Toru, whom we got to know in Houston almost 30 years ago.... From Kyoto we will travel to Fukuoka on the island of Kyushu with the Nozomi (the fastest of the bullet trains because the Nozomi doesn't make many stops), where ...
... the second row of coach, just behind Door 2R. We have about an hour remaining on United Flight 554 before this Boeing 757-200 lands at DEN.
Let’s rewind to this time last night. Before bed, I checked the load for Tuesday’s 787 flight from DEN to NRT. The system showed five BusinessFirst seats open and I was #5 on the standby list. Ugh, could it get any more close than that? Well yes, yes it could.
First, a bit of background: The entire purpose of ...
Well...how to begin?? It is 1:00 am on the day we leave for South East Asia (SEA). The flight leaves in 7 hours and here I am trying to get the first blog out.
I was trying to be in bed by 10:00 pm this evening (now morning)... fat chance as I arrived at the folks house at 10:30pm with dad anxiously awaiting for my last minute additions to the cargo we are lugging to Bangkok.
Said cargo: ...
The most important challenge I have overcome here is asking for help. Before I came to DU I avoided asking for help whenever possible. Whether it was for directions, changing a food order, or figuring out my bank account, I didn't want to do it. But I quickly realized that if I let my stubbornness take over in college, I would get nowhere. Realizing that it's ok to ask for help or ask questions in general is not only okay ...