La Quinta Inn & Suites Denver Boulder - Louisville
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... with some very delicious apps. Then we did a flight at 12 Degree and also a flight of chocolate truffles that were amazing. We walked around the fair, popping into some of the little galleries and shops around there. On our way back we stopped at a beer store to see if we could find any of the beers that Max had asked for and the guy behind the counter, seeing our selection told us that they had gotten in a new beer that everyone was looking for, ...
... a much larger budget, which is clear when you notice the much nicer materials he had to work with. It will be interesting to see to which building history is kinder. I think the answer could be “neither”, but that’s just me.
The last stop on my Denver tour was a pilgrimage to the world’s first Chipotle restaurant in Denver near Denver University. It was a very emotional moment for ...
... parked at the gate furthest from immigration, took ramp crew over 15 minutes to bring up strollers, SAS forgot to priority tag our bags in all the confusion so we had to wait for them, IAD security from customs to domestic transfers has no premier line. (But Global Entry did get us around the long customs line.) Despite our best efforts, we ended up at the gate a few minutes after the door had closed.
Happily though, United actually ...
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... had a nice lunch together at Elitch's, and after we were finished at the amusement park we all had a great dinner together at Beaujo's. It was really nice to get to talk to everyone again after not seeing them for a while.
That night eight of us drove to Vail to spend the night at the Vail Cascade Resort. It was a wonderful and beautiful place to stay! Our room was on an upper floor and had a balcony. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn & Suites Denver Boulder - Louisville
Situated 7 miles from Boulder on Highway 36. So doesn't take long to drive. Very comfortable and clean and quiet. Services close by including banks, restaurants and burger joints and shopping. Good staff.
The breakfast was not as good as other motels. Cereal section poor. Not a lot to choose from.
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