Hilton Garden Inn Denver Downtown
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Just a couple of blocks from the 16th Street Mall (with free shuttle), the Denver Convention Center, and the theater complex.
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As we arrived in Denver the scenery was magnificent. On one side ( actually East, North & South ) the land is as flat as flat can be but to the West we could see the Rockies, with the sun setting behind them. Lovely sunset and you can still see snow on the mountains. Unfortunately, the view from our hotel window is less than magnificent...a load of high rise international hotels and banks!
So It's 3 in the morning and we're all up having a cup of tea.
And Biscuits, obviously.
I started yesterday having a very polite whinge at the nice lady at the BA desk to ensure that we were all sat together. A very nice meal and 2 films (Saving Mr Banks and Her) with a teeny tiny picnic of tea and scones before we landed. I also …
... had a mini mass. After church we picked up a couple of things from Whole Foods Market so mum and dad could cook dinner. They made meatballs, they were really nice. Then we drove to a park with lots of Christmas lights and walked around in the cold looking at all the pretty lights. We drove back home and Skyped the family, it was really nice to see everybody and wish them merry Christmas. Everybody went to bed excited for the following ...
Yesterday I met with my coach, Charley, at Starbucks to discuss where I should seed myself in the swim, how I should approach my nutrition, and other guidance I can take into my race. We met for about 30 minutes, but that 30 minutes was jam packed with helpful information. I learned what I should put into my special needs bags for the bike and for the run, what foods might sound good along the way, how to use the end of the bike to loosen up for the run... ...
... in the events. This kind of indifference could only add him more isolation. Personally, I feel glad to talk with people unknown and I have so many to say. Although my Chinese culture has a very big part to be considered as conservative by the Westerns and I also maintain this characteristic, I still accept the openness and diversity which interest me.
Just like today, I went to lunch with a Thai girl and eventually ...