Hilton Garden Inn Denver Tech Center
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After what felt like an eternity away from civilisation we were looking forward to getting back to a city and the target this time was Denver. We arrived and after chilling at our hotel we headed out to the downtown for dinner and drinks. Surrounded by the beautiful Rockies Denver is a really great city and felt like our first western city. The clean and attractive main street was vibrant with people who are continuously getting on and ...
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... like the apocalypse approaching. Pancake stacks, looking like alien motherships that are backlit against the most amazing lightning shows. The feeling of inflow rushing past you into the storm. Ive never felt so alive and so much like ive found my calling in life. The group of people in our merry band is an eclectic but good mix of people. We are having a great time, travelling, learning, singing and generally mucking about. I will be doing this again, there is no doubt about it. Rai ...
... was slow going. Several accidents on the main roads plus an overturned truck meant we couldn't take any of the highways. Instead we had to take the backroads and a 1hr 40min trip turned into a 3hr 15min expedition. I'm so glad we decided to catch the shuttle a day early and not have to worry about making it in time to catch our flight like the other people on the shuttle. Our expedition took us into the back woods of Colorado. For us it was great, we got a free tour of the ...
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