La Quinta Inn & Suites Loveland
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We are all set in the backpack department. Shoes are still under consideration as are several other items that we think we might need but really aren't sure about just yet. Johnna also bought the lightweight chair that she has been thinking about for months. She looked so comfortable using it during our lunch break! Hmmm.....maybe we all need one of those! We have been a bit discouraged about flight prices. We are ...
... for trout in the lake. We broke camp and completed the ten miles into the city of Gunnison, which I found to be the least pretentious town in Colorado. I have no evidence for me to base this off, as Jessica rightly pointed out, but let's call it intuition. It was a college town and did bit seem to have a Walmart. Maybe that last thing is what appeals to me. We got a quick breakfast, grabbed road food at the Safeway, and continued east on US-50, the Loneliest Road. The next ...
... grandchildren, but they said 'Go!,' so away we go!
My plan is to visit friends, study the calligraphy and illumination (painting and gold work) of ancient manuscripts dating from between about 600 to 1600 at the British Library and the Victoria and Albert Museum, study Elizabethan period clothing, also at the V&A, visit my favorite Hampton Court Palace, especially when they will be doing some 16th century cooking ...
Refrigerator cleaned out - Check Water turned off - Check Heat turned down - Check Suitcases packed - Check Estamos listo (we are ready) to leave for the airport to continue our exploration of South America from previous years. However this time we are going to study Spanish in an immersion program. We will go to school in three different cities for two weeks each. We will start in Santiago, Chile then head to ...
... I should perhaps say that we have seen many women traveling with infants, as I have yet to see a father actually coping with the infant. Often, in fact, the father is texting on his cell phone or yakking with a friend while the woman is carrying baby and gear.) I can't imagine that it is any fun at all to come to a place like the Rocky Mountains with infants in arms. They can't appreciate anything, of course, and anything you want to do ...