Holiday Inn Express Fort Collins
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... Im thinking I should be doing work during this time.
Maybe throw the footy around on the oval in the arvo,
dinner at 6
Penny pitcher mondays (1 cent pitchers- insane)
Pretty much the same but I have class at 2pm until about 9pm, but never really watch the film, so I just say til 7.
SUNDANCE TUESDAYS. 25 CENT BEERS
Same as monday except mojos is the wednesday night place to be- $2 beers; a ...
... very long day, we put our top five down, and bottom two, on a piece of paper and off we went.
The next day started at 10am... I got up at 9:50 and FREAKED out! I quickly got ready and headed out on my bike. I forgot to mention, the first day is nice casual but today was a bit nicer- it was described as a sunday lunch. We were told to pretty much wear a summer dress, yet I didn't have one so I wore my 'unusual' stripey pants with a white knit crop. I ...
... London Park Lane Hotel containing the baggie I had left behind. It was well packaged and nothing was missing or damaged. The international postage for the package was pretty expensive, and I was impressed and grateful that the hotel staff took it upon themselves to send it at no charge to us.
Another minor note I want to make is that we had an e-mail from "Michael" at the car rental agency in Iraklion when we got home. You will remember that when we arrived ...
... been clouds or snow-tipped peaks. Butterflies fluttered in my tummy as I asked Blake if he could see the same. "You’ll just have to wait until we get closer" he said, with that sly smile I love. But I knew I was about to see mountains! The closer we got, the clearer the sheer beauty of the Rockies came into focus and before we knew it we were in the foothills. Huge rocky “hills” (basically mountains to me) were ...
... see how far we could go. We were not in the park very long when we noticed a long line of cars parked on the side of the road. We then saw the herd of elk in the meadow. I got out and took plenty of photos, before we moved on. We decided to take one of the side roads to Beaver Creek, and at the end of the road, we had a great view of Long's Peak from that point. There were lots of aspen trees and pines throughout the park. We crossed a little wooden ...