Hilton Garden Inn Denver Tech Center
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We left in the snow and returned to springtime! In between we had a wonderful journey. The one word that stands out for me is resilience. We saw it in the Maya structures which maintained their magnificence over millennia. Who knows what secrets they still hold? It shows in the strength of the people who have withstood disease, conquest, corrupt government, civil war, and natural disasters and keep on going. It is in the ...
After the first few days on the mountain of blue skies and warm sun, the clouds finally blew over. We had snow falling for 3 days straight, dropping the temperature and burying our tent. The snowboarding was incredible, but it has getting very cold at night: down to -23 degrees at one point.
To keep ourselves warm we had been staying late at a local pub called 'Prost', then heating up water, pouring it into our water bottles then sticking them on our sleeping bags overnight. ...
... of ‘transplants’. So barely as our journey had begun we were becoming more excited to see Denver and had a sneaking suspicion that one night would not be adequate.
John was a fascinating guy who in his retirement had become a semi professional athlete. His main events were shot, discus and Javelin, although he had recently taken up indoor (erg) rowing. He was returning from the ‘Valor Games’ in Chicago. A competition were ...
... 8212;a childhood favorite of mine and Evan’s.
This morning I went to the emergency room (no emergency, but they said they’d accept my out-of-state Medicaid and the urgent care clinics wouldn’t). I was prescribed all sorts of stuff for my cough—antibiotics, an inhaler for the wheezing, prednisone for inflammation, and a codeine cough syrup so I can sleep through the night without coughing. (About time I got ...
... 20 minute trip to DIA from the Stapleton Park-n-Ride. A quick security check and to the gate.
Spirit Airlines only allows a small carry-on or you pay $100 for a carry-on. So, with that said, everyone in the boarding area had nothing but small backpacks and that was it!