Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Denver Airport
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... driving licences. Panic, panic, panic; not ideal after ten hours travelling and a time difference which meant that it was around three in the morning UK time. We quickly turned tail and headed back down the freeway to the rental company.
On arriving at Avis Dad explained that we were not returning the vehicle we were instead running around like headless chickens looking for a bag. Whist dad explained the situation to the confused ...
... in a world of hurt. Should I have given her Benadryl to knock her out? That’s really irresponsible, right? But if she screams in pain, that will be the worst. Well, we’ll find out soon enough right? Why aren’t we going? We should totally be GO-ING-NOOWWW….
We weren’t going. As in, the voice of the pilot filled my ears talking some nonsense about how our original flight route was no longer approved and we had to wait for a NEW route. Ten ...
... until then just keep moving! I hate having to weave through stoppers on the way to my gate.
Probably the most important tip I can give you is this, so pay attention. When you go through security, look at who is in line ahead of you. Never, I repeat, NEVER get in line behind people with children. They have strollers, and a thousand bags, and screaming children, just don't do it. Any child under the age of seven is going to ...
... jamison and i playing the role of Scrooge in our head-to-toe grey and black, respectively, ha! – standard. comfort over fashion and/or holiday spirit for us on this [holi]day of travel.
packing, unpacking, repacking, etc. meant we were ready to go by 6:30 this a.m. and to the airport a prompt 4 hours early thanks to the ever-responsible and gracious Brittney! a ...
... s, back alley arcades, etc. The street is
lined with skyscrapers, department stores, boutiques, souvenir shops,
restaurants and the stalls of street traders).
We planned on touring the MillerCoors brewery but it was closed due to a
tragedy - a tourist drowned in one of the vats (but only after getting out 3
times for a pee).
Our next stop was Colorado Springs. There, we visited
a historic townsite and spotted a recruitment poster ...