Quality Inn & Suites Denver International Airport Gateway Park
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... a different appeal to them. The mountains were snow-capped. The snow was in the process of melting which caused the rivers to flood! It was hard to drive with all of wind and rain but we eventually made it to an Airforce Base where we got another HUGE apartment that way over served our ...
... all about that very shortly. But first today. We are about to go on the longest train journey of our lives, scheduled to arrive at our first stopover - Denver - in 33 Hours and 28 minutes!! Let's hope it's not delayed!
Wednesday 26 March It's a horrible wet start to the morning but it doesn't matter too much as we will be on the train to Denver all day, and all night, and all the next day. The train is called The California Zephyr.
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... neither was the fact that other people were jumping the line and catching the cabs further up the road before they got to us.. Thankfully we eventually got a cab before hypothermia set in. We shared it with several others but really didn't care by that stage. In terms of making our way home from sporting venues, we have officially struck out on this trip. Three for three hopeless attempts to get back to our accomodation. Something we'll definitely have to work on for next time ;) ha ...
... than a year since doing a tri of any kind, I knew that I just needed to register. I perused the website a few times and figured that my best options were Louisville, KY in August (hot and humid) or Coeur d'Alene, ID in June (potentially very cold). I chose the cold option, mostly because I've spent many summers in southern Indiana and I know how stifling and thick that air can be. Plus I've never been to northern Idaho and I've heard many times that it is ...
... and my peers thought they were funny, and it merely supported a bad habit that I had. I realized that I could not be serious in a social setting, and that I needed to change my attitude. It was very different than in high school. In college because of the larger classes, and the fact that it is harder to have a relationship with a professor, what you did say had much more weight than did high school. I could mess around in high school, and because I ...