Quality Inn Denver-Boulder Turnpike
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We drove yesterday from Moab to Louisville, CO, which is just south of Boulder and about 40 minutes from Denver airport. Our flight out tonight is at 8pm, so we have the whole day to relax and pack for our trip home. Sometime during the long drive yesterday which was on a major highway with again, spectacular scenery but endless ups and downs doing 60-75 miles per hour, and having the GPS once again give us bizarre directions that took us a very ...
... and we have a great time whenever we’re able to get together.
After that I decided to explore Denver. The weather was very nice: it got up to 67 today according to the news, and the sun was out. I went to the Denver Art Museum, which is another stop on the Architecture Geek Tour for me. This is a relatively new building (opened in 2006) designed by a hot architect from Europe: Daniel Libeskind ...
... the Interstate, before making my long way into colorful (note the spelling) Colorado and the city of Denver.
I was so ready to rest! Had a night to myself before Ismael came to meet me - almost three months since I last saw him.
We had a lovely time - meals out, bike rides and shopping. I was totally happy to be in a hotel room as I needed to rest up after the Grand Canyon! ...
... 8211; and I can assure you were not watching this for the sporting endeavour!
So baseball was interesting – we had seats up in the gods but well located behind the batter. The rules were pretty simple to pick up – you know it’s just rounders after all – and once I had worked out which team we were supporting (the one in the white pants!) it took me about ten minutes to know when to cheer. Me and Lori compared baseball ...
... drive. For the following month my main responsibilities were getting my sister Sierra to school and working out and I loved it. For the first time in 3 years I wasn't going to school full time and working part time. After a few weeks of this though I was ready for some responsibility. For the last few weeks here I have been getting ready for my trip and the ...