Homestead Studio Suites - Denver - Cherry Creek
Travel Blogs from Glendale
The last leg was definitely the hardest... Slight diversion north to avoid tornados meant that the flight was a bit late landing and by this point we were all in pieces. Felt quite grim too...serious need of a shower! About 3am in Nairobi by then.... Made worse by one of our bags not making it from Chicago... Apparently should turn up sometime today - let's hope so anyway... Hotel room great though and after a quick shower, everyone passed out. Now bring on the jet ...
Back on the Californian Zephyr we settle into our larger sleeper with full bathroom facilities. We are comfortable and enjoy the extra space and viewing areas. The scenery is spectacular through the Rockies and Sierra Nevadas. Forever, changing. From huge dry craggy, outcrops, to lush ravines and rivers, snow-capped mountains sometimes a backdrop to deserts at other times part of ski resorts with huge forests of pine. Stunning scenery and a ...
... and often less than capable governments have resulted in a huge disparity of wealth, power outages, disgusting piles of garbage. Evenso, the people seem to be happy, healthy, friendly an delighted to share their amazing temples and monuments with visitors. India's citizens have discovered tourism and they greatly outnumber foreigners at the tourist sights. In fact foreign tourists become part of what is interesting to them. Fred and I must have ...
... and how he is still with me in part, through my skateboard.
Although going to The University of Denver was a large change for me, because of my time in Spain and Costa Rica, and being away from my family for long periods of time, I was very prepared to live in a dorm room, away from parent supervision. When I lived in Spain, while I lived with my Aunt and Uncle, they let me do want I wanted for most of the time I was there. While ...
... to pick it up off the ground and carry it. Oy.
The flight from Frankfurt to Washington was actually really nice. It was really empty, and we not only had 21 HJ, the fabulous two seats behind the crew rest, which are absolutely ideal for letting a baby play on the floor, but we also had 21G in the center section... and along with it, that whole row of 5 seats. This allowed one of us to lay down flat (poor-man's business class!) and nap while ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed