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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... surprise: my bag was heavier then allowed! I had no choice then to pay for it but that was a big bummerrrrr! But I've learned my lesson; always check the baggage allowance even if you think it is ok! During my 4h flight to Denver I wasn't able to catch some sleep, because of all my nerves. The flight went all smooth and finally I arrived in Denver where my host mom picked me up. That day I got to see the parents/ the kids and off course the ...
... conclusion that we would only hike in a couple miles and get a feel for it before dark and unfortunately not make it to the hot springs. It was so hard to see everyone's smiling face as they arrived back at the parking lot, saying how amazing it was up there. We decided I would just have to come back so we could do the hike another time. So at any rate, we started off on our shorter hike and we hadn't gone more than 50 feet before we were in complete awe of where we were. ...
It was the Friday before Labor day weekend. Weather reports said that from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. there would be no precipitation but that it would become partly cloudy later in the afternoon. There was also a second weather report that touted a 10% chance of rain...we decided today was as good as any to get out and go do a big climb.
We parked nearby Chataqua Park in Boulder. It was BUSY with people and dogs and a few other climbers heading up to the Flat Irons. We hiked the ...
... bus ride. I had envisaged the bus ride as being a minibus with about 12 people on it. I couldn’t have been more wrong. It was 3 yellow schoolbuses filled with college kids. On the bus they had a huge speaker with a mobile phone wire attached and some random girl at the front was playing sort of heavy house music or something. The bus driver who just so happened to be a sassy black woman laid out the rules – no opening the back doors, no throwing **** out of the ...
... this particular rock, called Tonnerre, we have to cross the creek.
In order to cross the creek, we have to pull ourselves across ropes that are tied to trees located on both sides of the creek. This is called a tyrolean traverse. We clip our gear and ourselves onto the ropes using carabiners and draws and then pull ourselves along the length of the rope. Talk about a workout!
Cheers! Elizabeth and Ben ...