Boulder Twin Lakes Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... town is made up of cute craftsman homes and local shops, as well as your old standards like Target and Starbucks. After a quick stop for a Happy Meal, Mom, Memere, Auntie and I headed over to the Pearl Street Mall, leaving Grampa and Matthew to explore the Museum of Natural History at the nearby University of Colorado.
The Pearl Street Mall is a pedestrian walkway made up mostly of locally-owned shops and restaurants, with a ...
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Just got back from Disney where we stayed for over a week. We got sick. Everybody got sick. We had 5 people constantly visiting the 2 bathrooms in our connecting rooms. It reminded me a bit of the end of Sneetches.
... a big section where cars can't drive and there were tons of people all around, enjoying the nightlife. There were guitar players, accordion players, violinists, singers, and a magic show artist. It was quite a site to see for a Friday night stroll through town. Darren and I found a great restaurant to eat at and we listened to a band play while watching a couple in their eighties dance ...
... up to the base of the 1st Flat Iron, which if you have not done that little hike, it's quite a huffer!
We made it to the rock before a 3-person group who was also wanting to climb the same route as us. We were going to climb the Direct Route on the First Flat Iron which is a 5.6 climb with very little protection, 10 pitches, and over 1000 feet high.
The weather was bright and sunny and hot! Ben started up the climb and after he set up his belay on ...
We took the opportunity to have a much needed lie in following our night of excess (5 or 6 beers) and got up around 10ish. As there is no public transport to Red Rocks we had sorted out a bus via a website called gettoshow which is a supposed none profit company that stops people driving to these gigs. I had a text from Eric when I woke up apologising for making us feel uncomfortable when he was drunk yesterday. Drunk at 2 in the afternoon playing a woodwind instrument in your living room ...