Quality Inn Denver
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... my creative writing class, I’m discovering how much I like writing, when I find a topic I like to write about. My Spanish class is proving tougher than I expected although maybe that’s because it’s at ten am… Regardless, I’m gonna take the next level, next quarter and hopefully continue on my road to fluency.
My classes have not taught me as much as my experiences at college have. I’ve never lived with a roommate before ...
... something. Seems more familiar than a small country doesn’t it? Well not exactly. I still was lost and felt like I was thrown into a place where people acted and spoke differently from the familiar. The crowds everywhere didn’t seem to make me feel more comfortable, especially in the dining hall during lunch. It was chaotic and confusing just like everything else those two days. Most of that time I wanted ...
... expenses by choosing to live at home but now after living on campus, I think it's a worthwhile investment.
Honestly it is rather nice being by myself. Living on my own has increased my independence and has taught me me how to be responsible. It is my job to get myself to class on time. to make sure my homework is done, and I like that. It is also nice that I have less restrictions. I choose when I want to go out, how late I want to stay out, or vice versa if I want ...
... smell. It's skunk! My first time smelling skunk. Interesting... and gross! I also see some raccoon road kill AND cowboys with horses! Exciting for an Aussie like me! Betsy thinks it's funny we're used to kangaroo road kill at home, because they seem so exotic to her. The drive through Boulder to Estes is much longer than expected and it's time to grab some lunch when we arrive. We head to a Mexican place (Mexican is ridiculously ...
We started our morning with a great motel buffet breakfast and later on took the motel shuttle into town. They dropped us at the corner of 16th St Mall and Market St, which is where there was a B-cycle station. We picked up a bike each at the station and started on the trail that Wayne had sorted out before we came into town. We were planning on biking down the Cherry Creek trail, but accidentally got on the South Platte River ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed