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 …
... land from hiking the Ein Avdat Park in the Negev, spending Kabbalat Shabbat on the shores of the Mediterranean to touring the Old City of Jerusalem. In addition, we had a fantastic guide and driver and the group members got along famously. The experience was enlightening, renewing and fulfilling. “ Phyllis G – “Our trip to Israel was outstanding. From the Crater in the Negev to the Graffiti tour in Tel Aviv, ...
Evan then took us to a cool viewpoint accessible by a short hike—South Table Mountain. It had cooled off by the time we got there, and clouds were starting to make their way in. On our way hiking up we saw several people coming down the trail at once—they warned of a rattlesnake that had been on the trail! We started to turn around and find a different trail to get us to the top, but someone mentioned that ...
Hmmmm, how to start!
Exactly one year ago I was taking off on an adventure of great proportions. Hiking, hitchhiking and trying to start a new life. I started that blog out writing about how I was beginning a new chapter, or a great shift in my life.
Since then my life has been rather eventful. I got screwed over by a roommate, which led me to the great opportunity trying co-op living. I toured America on a motorcycle, And I lived a life I chose to live. But I ...