Rodeway Inn & Suites Boulder Broker
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Yesterday was all about resting and getting some of our energy back - 12 days of non stop exploring and travelling the States was catching up with us (it's such a hard life I hear you say!) We woke up at around 10 am, and lazed. We had lucky charms for breakfast, and we also had some marshmallow lucky charm bars that Steph made. They were almost pure sugar I think, but so good! I started reading a ghost story called Dark Matter, as it's the Halloween season, and so far I'm ...
... gorgeous though. We took the winding route 82 around the mountain and it was like driving through a canopy of colors the entire way. I could barely keep my eyes on the road it was so beautiful in all directions. After we arrived and drove through town we found a nice local deli that made these delicious humongous sandwiches, and we walked down to the park to enjoy them. The sun was shinning big and bright upon us, warming our entire bodies. It felt incredible to be sitting ...
... we had three ropes at our disposal which worked out great so we did not have to leave any gear behind on the route and we could rappel for longer distances. We rappelled from tree to tree, sometimes having to make some sketchy and slippery traverses in order to get to the next rappel point. There were 3 rappels down to the bottom and it took awhile to get all 5 people down to the bottom. (We got back to the car around 7:20 p.m.!) During this entire time of Mission: Get Off ...
Today we headed to Boulder. Boulder is also located at the foothills of the Rockies. It is about 40 Kms from Denver. Boulder is considered to be a University city and is the home of the University of Colorado, the state's largest university. The university officially opened in 1877.
Boulder's iconic rock formations are known as the Flat Irons. They are slabs of sedimentary stone tilted up,on the foothills. Boulder ...
... Colorado. For those of you who don't know, eastern Colorado sucks. It's about on-par with Kansas as far as boring things go. Nothing to see except prairie land for miles around you, and a good three hours of it at that. I took a nap in the back of my car (henceforth dubbed "Sleipnir", named for Odin's horse) in Sterling, and when I awoke, I was covered in sweat and just as tired as I had been before the ...