Residence Inn Fort Collins
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... forget. I wasnt smoking weed, like a lot of people there, but leaving the concert was such a cool feeling, we were all so 'high' and happy from just the experience of it! Im excited to head back next friday for a band ive never heard of, but I had to sign up for another trip to red rocks!
A typcial american country dancing bar that kicks off on tuesday for student nights. $0.25 beers and $0.50 spirits. (The girls and I learned not to be too ...
Today we planned to have our first American breakfast out in Fort Collins. We squeezed one bike in the car and parked downtown (the Max bus doesn't run on Sundays). We had been recommended 'Snooze' for breakfast as they do a 'pancake flight' - 3 pancakes of different flavours on one plate. This proved to be quite a challenge, especially for Astrid!
After that, we borrowed 3 bikes from Fort Collins bike ...
... It doesn't matter everything you like about the jailbreak software, there aren't a lot of people that would like to trade their iTunes account for a few additional apps. After all the iTunes shop has countless thousands of free apps to choose from. You are now able to tether legally though AT&T support, so this is an alternative reason that you may consider switching back and eliminating iPhone jailbreak applications from your own ...
... by pretty fast. We packed lunch and snacks for the trip so we didn't have many stops. We played license plate games and seen about 25 different states.
The first night we stayed in a Sleep Inn (Choice hotels) It was the cheapest hotel I could find at $75. I'm not sure if it was because of bike week (Sturgis) or what, but most hotels were around $129. I have a thing for bikes so I love laying in bed and listening to all the bikes. We were about 5 hours from Sturgis but we ...
... as 20,000 participants in recent years along a set route through the city. Much of the college town of 120,000 that’s home to Colorado State University that doesn’t join in the ride shows up to watch the show.
Tour de Fat is expanding to a city near you! New Belgium now sponsors the races in more than a dozen cities throughout the country, including Denver, to promote their beers, one almost every summer weekend in a different town. Fort Collins ...