Residence Inn Denver Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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We left Fort Collins as planned around 11:30 a.m. on Friday, May 9th. We stopped briefly at the Wheat Ridge Post Office so Ed could do some last minute things. We then drove to the Residence Inn Airport, where we normally stay. The hotel is undergoing a major renovation. Our room was real nice, with new carpet, paint and an updated bathroom. …
... is a professor at the university and teaches about marine, we fed some catfish some worms and saw some horses, sheep and buffaloes. We came back and had some lunch and a babysitter came to watch us while Mum, Dad, Chris and Gail went on a Brewery tour. We just hung out for a while until all the parents came back. Then we went to a christmas eve church service, there wasn't enough room in the main church so we went in a room underneath the ...
... and some global or mileage upgrades clear, seeing 11 of 12 open BF seats vanish within 48 hours is quite unusual.
I packed from roughly 1 to 3 p.m., figuring I’d get that task done this afternoon so I wouldn’t have to worry about it tomorrow. Then I set out to run an errand and go on a bike ride to Gravelly Point, the fantastic planespotting location along the Mount Vernon Trail at DCA. Plan A had been to take the 4:39 p.m. United 757 from there to ...
... I enjoy drinking coffee and reading the paper by myself in the morning, but I also enjoy chatting with friends over lunch. I want to make more friends but I'm nervous about awkward encounters because I still feel it's hard to join in with other groups. For the moment I can make neither heads or tails of what I am going to do, but hopefully I make some sense of it soon!
I know this entry has been a lot of complaining but those ...
... This went on for what seemed like at least 10 more miles. We finally made it back to gravel roads, which I never expected to think of as a big improvement! And then, lo and behold, the glint of pavement on the horizon! There was great relief, and a lot of laughing about our back road adventure!
Finally, we reached our twiney Mecca--the small, thrifty town of Cawker City. Apparently a frugal ...