Denver Airport Marriott at Gateway Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We woke up super early and had to wait until 6am until the hotel served a pretty nice and hot breakfast with actually good coffee :)
After organising our luggage and the car we headed towards the Denver city centre and parked our car close to the 16th St Mall (Parking is between $ 8-15 per day). As there were preparations for weekend and Labour …
I loved getting to spend some quality time with my nephew, Owen, today. I haven't seen him since the holiday's and that is far too long when he is only three and growing by leaps and bounds on a daily basis. He came into the bedroom this morning to wake me and it was such a good feeling to see his smiling face staring up at me. We spent the morning running around the house and playing with his train set. ...
... two train journeys we have our own bedroom with toilet and shower. The lower bed forms a settee during the daytime and there's also a separate armchair. All very cosy. We have large windows so although there's an observation car we have really good views of everything from our room.
We are quickly falling in love with AMTRAK train travel. The dining car where we have all our meals is a great place to meet other people because everyone is seated together on tables of ...
Well after seven months and one week, I have had the greatest adventure I could ever ask for with one of the best people in my life. My dream in life was to travel the world and experience life and I am so happy I got live that dream. Granted I didn't travel the whole world and there's still soooooo much more to see, but I still got to travel and experience life in a way many people never will. The whole process has taught me a lot about ...
... Registering for the Ironman is one of the more impulsive things I've ever done. I'm a very methodical person, but I knew if I didn't register ASAP it would fill up and I'd be relegated to Louisville. I'm glad I didn't give myself much time to consider all of the reasons I shouldn't do it right now because it filled a few days after I registered. I'll spend the next few entries giving some details of my training and other reflections from the past 7 months of ...