Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Littleton
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This wasn't the first time I had ventured out to wild Colorado. It is the time I remember best. I love the simplistic beauty of the area. And I loved the long winding mountain passes in the snow with the dry air. It was a perfect getaway. I got to reconnect with family, and meet some new members, young and old. It was a beautiful time that I won't forget. I cannot wait to get back.
I drove 505 miles yesterday.
I drove 560 miles today – approaching the level that I deemed suicidal just a few weeks back. To be honest I was getting a little fuzzy as I circled around the southern freeways of Denver. It was hard work at first as the snow was coming down just enough to be awkward – fortunately it petered out …
... results in fewer headaches and less fatigue. At the end of the 11 hour flight we definitely felt less tired. The flight is smooth, the cabin is very quiet, you hear very little noise from the engines. Near Salt Lake City we see what must be a pink salt lake. When having breakfast/lunch we all of a sudden hit some bad turbulence, I could see the wing flap up and down just like the wing of a bird would do. Close ...
Linda and I went shopping. Linda needed some items for home and I was looking for a few things I needed for the RV. We probably went to 4 different stores. We found what we needed plus a few extras but no major damage done to our pocket books. When we were done we went ...
- 2 pair bike shorts
- 2 bike tops
- 2 bike bras
- 3 bike socks (all the same in the case the laundry fairy decides to gobble one up)
- 1 helmet, 1 pair bike gloves, 1 sunglasses, 1 camel back, 2 water bottles
- 1 screaming yellow vest / wind breaker
- 1 purple rain jacket
- 1 pair mountain biking shoes
- 1 silk sleeping sac to fend off bed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center