Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Denver Airport
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We got to sleep in this morning which was needed. We stayed out until 2:00am Colorado time, 4:00am back home. James place is in the heart of downtown Denver, super cool location! Out of all his windows are views of the Rockies, which made Luke and I super happy! James's apartment is really nice too with a pool, nice gym, conference rooms and also a billiards room. ...
... in Texas or maybe visit a couple more NPS sites in southern Arkansas. We aren't sure yet. We will enjoy tonight and figure out the rest tomorrow! Trip Summary 4904 miles driven 115:15 hours in the car 44.5 miles on the trail 21 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 2 National Parkways 1 National River 1 National Military Park 6 National Monuments 5 National Historic Sites 1 National Preserve 2 National ...
When Jens woke up in Raton, New Mexico, Tuesday morning he was greeted by 'Happy 70th Birthday' by Jayne. After packing up camp we headed into Colorado. Next destination was Colorado Springs. Jayne had decided to invite Jens to the Broadmoor for a birthday celebration dinner. We stopped at the resort to check out the several restaurants and decided we'd rather spend the night at the hotel ...
... of their antlers and the fact they were staring at us… and backed off. We kept walking into town and stood on a bridge watching a partly frozen river below. It was a beautiful morning.
The shuttle picked us up and drove us to Denver International Airport. There was a couple who lived in Washington D.C. on the shuttle, who were also on the shuttle coming to Estes Park in the first place. We exchanged contact details for when we get ...
... But then we traveled through Wisconsin on our way up to Voyager, ravishing in the deep pine smells of the Northwoods, overcome by the beauty of the lakes and the sunsets, feeling at home with our cherished Voyager friends and family.
We then spent cherished time with family and friends in Minneapolis, and driving past the cities, I was drawn to the beauty of both the St. Paul and Minneapolis skylines as if I had never really looked before. I realized how much ...