Staybridge Suites Denver International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that we would be in Denver on the same weekend.
We capped the day with a stroll around Larimer Square, where we stopped with for wine tasting and a casual dinner at Cru. I ordered an International White Flight, while Jack chose a Spicy Red flight. My favorite was the Gruner Veltleiner, an Austrian wine recently recommended to me by our good friend John Micetich.
Another day took us to Golden, where we enjoyed ...
... Plus the opportunity to share this experience with my wonderful older sister and the delightful members of B'nai Havurah.” Glenn – “The Israel trip for me was a once in a lifetime experience that I'll never forget. A Jewish state is an abstract concept until viewed firsthand. I enjoyed visiting the historical sites, but observing the day to day life of Israeli citizens was the highlight for me. Hopefully, Israel and the ...
When Jens woke up in Raton, New Mexico, Tuesday morning he was greeted by 'Happy 70th Birthday' by Jayne. After packing up camp we headed into Colorado. Next destination was Colorado Springs. Jayne had decided to invite Jens to the Broadmoor for a birthday celebration dinner. We stopped at the resort to check out the several restaurants and decided we'd rather spend the night at the hotel ...
Having lots of time, I had invited my sister Jan and niece Julie to lunch while I endured the long layover. I enjoyed my last American cheeseburger (for a long time) at Vinny's restaurant near the airport while listening to Julie explain all that is wrong with America, Obama, Social Security, the NSA, Iraq, apple pie and corporate anything.
Mostly, she is correct.
Back to the airport, I walked the concourses (7 miles or ...
... down to the 16th St Mall. My initial thought was to get something to eat but there was a big fair thing going on so I had a wander around there instead. It wasn't too exciting and had all the normal junk that fairs tend to have.
I picked up another bike and headed to my next destination - the Big Blue Bear.
The big blue bear is kind of an icon in Denver. Basically, it is a 40 foot statue of a big **** blue bear peering ...