Isle Casino Hotel Black Hawk
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Well, our superb holiday in western U.S. is nearly over as we're at the gate at Denver airport. Our last day was mostly at Denver Botanical Gardens which was interesting - a huge set of gardens, very popular and highly rated - but we found some of it quite comical as the plants were all in such poor condition and badly laid out. We've had a truly wonderful time, seen many amazing sights and met some lovely people, including last night a guy called Doug McCool from ...
... fort contains large courtyards and interiors with fine decorations including inlaid alabaster panels and a Chamber of Mirrors.
Feb 13- leaving Jaipur we drive to Shekhawati region of eastern Rajasthan, home to some of India's most prosperous merchants many years ago. As the town attracted wealthy merchants they built mansions called havelis, commissioning artists and stonemasons to execute workmanship benefiting their importance and wealth.
... a "what’s the point" feeling about the drive when I first woke up because I couldn’t help but feel that it may be a bit underwhelming/similar to other places/utterly ******* pointless, but it seemed marginally preferable to a day in Denver so off we went.
The roads are back to being relatively interesting both in terms of driving through the mountains and in the variety of roadkill (saw two deers today) so the time went quite quickly. Once we got onto the i-70 the ...
... br> The drive to Denver was one of our shorter drives and through Castle Rock...My daughter, Cammie's best friend from high school and college lives here in Castle Rock....We waved as we drove North to our next hotel...Emily and Calie had a hole burning in there pockets and wanted to shop at a nearby shopping mall...Afterwards, it was dinner at Chile's and the kids went next door to the Cinema...I stayed in and watched the UVA ...
... after a short rest in the United Club, we were able to board the nonstop to Denver, avoid the snow (and eventual delays) in Chicago, and get home much earlier than expected.
We got home right about 2pm, which is normal nap time. It took a minor act of God to get the kids to wake up at 5pm on the normal schedule in order to go back to bed at 8pm, but we did it, and they did it, and the adjustment back to home time went really well.