Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Littleton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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It took 13 weeks for the contractor to finish the remodel and another 2 months for Bob to build the courtyard, but we made it just in time for a Labor Day cookout with several neighbors. The remodel was well worth it. We love the clean uncluttered look inside and the vaulted mtn lodge feel outside. Enjoy the before and after photos, it is an amazing ...
... as scheduled.
security at Heathrow was an nightmare with Johnny foreigner not taking liquids out of their bags that were going thru the x-ray.
still we made the gate with half an hour to spare and one hour 10 minutes we touched down in Dyce.
after leaving Durango and getting to our beds in Stonehaven ...
As soon as we had breakfast we headed out to check out two additional RV parks. Both are in State Parks, one in Aurora and the other in Littleton. We'll go to Aurora first then Littleton and we will go say hi to Linda and Family. Our RV reservations are not looking good. There is room in the state parks during the week days, but every weekend through August is already taken. We can't make reservations on site, have to call or make them on-line. We leave ...
... not entirely sure. Either way, spot on for tonight! Took us a while to unpack and sort, and the kids found their way to the playground and made some friends...lovely! Pizzas for dinner, first smoke alarm incident and a walk down to the lake...not a bad way to start - sunset, beer, pizza and another early night! Still figuring out the hot water, air con, auxiliary battery and a few other quirks but so far so ...
... as I stood in Red Rocks Amphitheater in the hills. I heard the sound of trains hauling coal through the night and smelled the smoke of relentless forest fires. I counted deer in yards and stopped my car by the side of the road to watch a baby bison nurse. I climbed through the window onto the balcony of a capitol (you guess which) and I walked the plaza through the Flags of States to pose beside the faces of the Mt Rushmore four. I got lost and I got sick; I bought ...