Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Denver Airport
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... The next stop after this was nearby Boulder. Boulder is nestled amongst the feet of the Rockies and home to the huge University of Colorado. The creeks which wind through boulder make for a great place to walk around and the downtown boasts many bars, breweries, cafés and restaurants to keep yourself occupied with. Overall the chilled out pace of boulder made it a great place to go out in and relax at so for two days we enjoyed ...
... 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, ...
- Mo and I didn't have to get up until noon to get going. With a quick shower we hit the road on our way to Denver. It was about a 68 mile drive there but playing "I spy" through Bluetooth made it quick.
- We stopped for lunch at Pierre's Supper Club, which served the second best gumbo I ever had! My dad cooking will always be number one in my heart
- We rode down to the Denver Zoo for the day and decided just to hangout ...
... The latest trick is to double stack chairs and climb on top of them, so far no harm has been done, but we still have a week to survive. Amelie and Oliver, on the other hand, have a count down going and cannot wait to get the first glimpse of a castle and are suspiciously well behaved; we are prepared for when this phenomena wears off, but will take every good day that we get. Elyse has no idea how her life will be impacted by ...
Arrived in Denver with no hiccups; Alaska Airlines does know how to move people. Sitting at the airport looking out the window reminds me of Calgary - this place is flat! Definitely in the prairies cuz they have signs for tornado shelters throughout the airport. Sat next to a Denverite who was coming home from Seattle. He spent two days there celebrating his mom's 102nd birthday. She wound up having to go to the hospital because she partied too much. We should be so ...