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By the time we landed in Denver I discovered I was very tired, but it was body tired. My legs hurt and I had too much carry-on. I'm not sure why it was all so heavy, but it was. I removed the computer and textbook and that helped some. But walking hurt too much. I made it to my next gate, and sat in a comfy chair for a while, but it was time to eat. The lines were so long and there wasn't much selection without walking ...
The journey home began in Shanghai at 5:15 a.m. The alarm went off, and we quietly said goodbye to The Kerry Residence and our friends, the Hurtados. Thankfully, they enlisted Wu to take us to the airport so we didn't have to mess with any cabs, shuttles, trains, or metros. Given the relentless amount of traffic we sat in during our two weeks in China, we left plenty of time to get to the airport. Of course, there was no traffic this morning, and ...
Here we go again. Another Ammon family fly-n-drive to see America trip. But this trip will be a little different. This trip we have company. We are delighted and excited to have the Dickinson family join us as they experience first hand one of our busy vacations. The Dickinson family has often followed us on our previous adventures through this travel blog. In fact several of our trips have begun or ended in Nashville where the Dickinson family lives. ...
... back to the tent. We toured the grounds, enjoyed the pool, Jacuzzi, and then had dinner at the Summit.
Jens' day was made complete by the birthday messages that he had received from many of you. Thank you so much.
The next day, Wednesday, we decided to ascend Pikes Peak, a 14,110 feet tall mountain not too far away. We walked around Manitou Springs downtown, had a nice lunch on ...
... including one of each of the American presidents. The building itself has a cupola covered in gold and on the steps outside there is a mark indicating the 5,270 feet level (hence the 'Mile High City' tag).
We finished with a tour of downtown Denver but we also had a stop at the Denver Broncos football stadium which is quite impressive. It was also interesting to see the distant mountains from where we had looked down on Denver City from our train as we arrived last ...