Renaissance Boulder Flatiron Hotel
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... eggs, bacon, sausages and fresh fruit we took a leisurely stroll down the 16th street mall. We acquired an AT&T phone sim and found the free federal Money museum. Little things please little minds and we made our own bank notes and have $165 in shredded bank notes each! Post script Apparently, the shredded bank notes look like something else ...
We woke up this morning to find a blanket of snow over everything outside. So we had some breakfast and went outside in the snow, we even got to walk on the frozen river. Then we got ready to drive to Beaver Meadows Ranch. It was about an hours drive and we saw a lot of mountains along the way. We we got outside and it was FREEZING! We walked through the wind and snow to the place where we were going tubing. What you do to tube is grab ...
Slept in until about 10... even Zac.
Went to Wallmart and got lost.
Apparently we needed supplies for the annual Gingerbread House making competition. Not my thing... at all... not even remotely, so I didn't really take much notice of all the conversations revolving around this apparently important event.
Obviously, Sal would help Zac with his house, and I'd be able to take another snooze, or watch the football, or play guitar, or go for a walk, ...
Tried getting some sleep on the terminal floor, but that didn't work.
The flight to Denver was pretty cool really, great views of the Grand Canyon, parts of Utah, and then the Rocky Mountains, were we could see the snowfields. Even able to pick out the I70, which we will be taking in a few weeks. Sal sat next to a mum with a small baby boy. Had a great chat about stuff we were going to do, and just stuff ...
... natural ampihitheatre surrounded by incredible (red:-) rock formations. There've been concerts there since the early 1900's, and as rock and jazz and folk appeared, and technology developed, it became and still is a favourite venue for hundreds of artists - both world-renouned and lesser known. The place has a museum built into the rocks. Check out the view of Denver from there (in the foto included).