Hilton Garden Inn Denver / Highlands Ranch
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... and Max. We pay for our room and breakfast by buying dinner. Tonight was at Rockslide Brew Pub. A good choice. Healthy portions, tasty food and good beer. After a good night's rest Max served us a hearty French Toast breakfast. It included fresh raspberries, whipped cream, maple syrup and turkey bacon. A winner! And we needed it for the road. We departed GJ around 10AM with plans to stop and shop at Silverton. Those plans got scrapped though when we reached Avon and ...
... short, tickets were bought, a B&B booked nearby and a pin was firmly placed in the map for 14th Sep (ie today – which is also Mum and Dad’s wedding anniversary - happy anniversary Mum and Dad.)
But before the concert we had to complete our trek across the prairies. Chicago to the Rockies has been about a thousand miles of flat plain, and I must admit that in advance of our crossing I thought that it would be rather a dull spell of ...
... into taxi vs coach for ride to Denver Airport we went by taxi to pick up the car.
It may have struck you all that we are keeping ourselves busy. Between all of you and us we had some interesting chats about this next bit of the trip. Circa 3000+ miles with lots to see and close confines of the car. Our pick up of the car at Alamo reflected some basic decisions we had made:
James (6ft plus) needed leg room and points to re charge his ...
... was really cool because it was something we had never done, but after a while we got too cold and had to go home. We drove back home and Donovan and Kinsey built Legos while I did some coloring. Then we had a really nice Christmas dinner, we had a brisket with cranberry sauce. Then we had a really super nice chocolate log roll for desert and went to ...
... got to the valley where there were cell towers. We had a good conversation. We decided not to and then started down about 15 miles at 6% and 7% grades. We looked for a place for a picnic, saw one, but we weren't really hungry yet, so we went on. As the road started to level out we reached Poncha Springs where we headed north on Rt. 285. This took us through the Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area which was an area of rolling hills and wide valleys. We ...