Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Denver Airport
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Our Smithsonian membership from home got us into the Colorado History museum for free. What an amazing place to see, touch, experience the history of Colorado. Luke's fav was steering a model T Ford through a computer screen field. It rumbled and even misted you with water when we hit a rain storm! The kids spent an extended time in the general store pretending with ...
This is my first attempt at a blog, so have some patience with me as I work
on getting it right.
First things first - I am testing out things on the blog. We don't actually leave for another 10 days, so I am working on the details of the trip. We don't know what luggage we are using, nobody has good walking shoes, and other than ...
... some severe weather storms rolling in from tomorrow, so first chase day on sunday sounds like there could be something to chase!
After breakfast we went for a bit of a wander down 16th St Mall, and visited the federal reserve bank. Got myself some free money (shredded unfortunately) and made a brass rubbing banknote... Bank of Rai :)
Headed back to the Hotel for a bit of a rest then went ...
... gave way to huge plains. Before long we were in the Nevada desert where all we could see for miles was desert and scrub bushes and just nothing else. Occasionally we saw roads with one or two of those huge American lorries hauling 2 or 3 enormous trailers. Wouldn't want to run out of gas or break down in these desolate parts.
The landscape changed every few hours, the desert giving way to agricultural land for a while, then what seemed to be salt lakes (we stop at Salt ...
... anyone else. So, iPod on, music full blast to drown out his weird grunting and huffing noises, eyes shut and pretend I'm somewhere else. Was doing ok at that and quite impressed with myself for it, until we started the descent. Loads of turbulence as we flew through the blackest cloud I have ever seen. Denver was in darkness and because of selfish man I hadn't even seen any mountains on the way in! Took a while to get to downtown ...