Homewood Suites by Hilton Denver Littleton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
Arrived well on time for our flight to Tokyo departing on time 12:35 pm. The plane is very nice on the inside, the windows are larger and have adjustable tint. Each seat has a large TV screen, a touch screen, with instructions in different languages, even in Dutch! The Dreamliner has lower cabin altitude, it feels like 6,000 ft versus 8,000 ft on other planes. This allows for in increased oxygen absorption which ...
... in Sasebo, Nagasaki, Kagoshima and Beppu. In Sasebo and Kagoshima we will stay at the same hotel as in 1975.... kind of a trip down memory lane. We will return the car in Fukuoka where we will spend one night and hope to visit Canal City with its many yatai (food stalls). Then on to Miyajima which we haven't visited yet and where we will stay 2 nights in a beautiful ryokan. From there back to Tokyo where we will have three days to catch our breath before flying back to ...
... test run on Friday, through red rocks, and things were pretty good weight wise. So I ask the question..."How did we go from ~75 lbs to 130 lbs in under 48 hours?" In the case you are wondering, Sage (my 5 year old niece) is sleeping sound in her bed and is not curled up as a stowaway in one of the duffel bags.
Since I want to get some shut eye I am going to keep this brief. Packing list:
... in the Capitol Hill area. The neighborhood has lots of bookstores, ethnic restaurants, and music venues, such as the Ogden, Bluebird, and Fillmore. A lot of the old mansions have turned B & B. Cool.
I read about arts districts and historic districts and “the urban heart” of the city. That would be Broadway, described as eclectic, fun, and edgy. From downtown to Alameda it’s lined with taverns, galleries, gay bars, used bookstores, ...