Quality Inn Denver-Boulder Turnpike
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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 ...
... all those people back in the U.S. that I hadn't seen for almost ten months, except for maybe an occasional Skype now and then. And as for our wonderful, new, inherited Kiwi friends, who had once again gone back to their country, I knew I would just be missing them from wherever I was. And yet, here we are back in the U.S. now for over two months. I was worried about coming back really. For some reason I saw the U.S. and life here so differently the longer I was ...
... that. Supposedly the clear soup is just like French beef consommé and the herbs added came from China to give its uniqueness. I can see this as a plausible story.
Then we went to D-Bar Desserts which was really awesome. Throw away the calorie counter because I had a huge chocolate cake with a thick vanilla malt milkshake and Yang had a delicious Orange soufflé. We then walked down to a local micro-brewery called Vine Street Pub. It had ...
... 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 ...