Staybridge Suites Denver Tech Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... did utter the first reminiscence of home today. He told me he wanted to go back home--to the Elmhurst Blvd street. Oh buddy, we'll be home before too long. In the meantime, the best is yet to come. Can't wait to drink in the mountain air, get lost on a few hikes, take some more lazy drives through the Rocky Mountains, and continue to enjoy this sweet time of family ...
... stole Leona as many times as I possibly could and took her just about everywhere with me just as an excuse to spend time with her.
I had lazy days where I didn't change out of my pajamas and just lounged around the backyard with my dog.
I managed to make 3 trips out of Colorado - Chicago, Seattle, and Sacramento - to see my extended family (Lord knows it's difficult enough to get me out of my house much less to another state!).
... peanut sauce and I had gone out shopping with Gail earlier and bought a bottle of 2009 Jordan cabernet sauvignon which we had with dinner which was exceptional. It was great for me to be able to drink this wine in Denver with the people who all used to rave about it while I was growing up. I bought another bottle of Jordan for Peter and Gail as a thank you for letting us stay with them but then Mum reminded me that they don’t really drink red wine so I would get some ...
And move to California I have. I spend three incredible days driving 1,000+ miles west through four states, alone in my VW convertible, taking back roads, eating in the car, and visiting natural wonders - on and off the beaten path. The trip was kicked off with several send offs including a family dinner, a going away party at My Brother's Bar, and an evening around a round table with my BFFs. I could not have taken off with ...
I think one of the harder things about starting college, at least for me, was watching all my friends leave. For the majority of my friends, classes started about midway through August, while I still had a couple weeks of freedom because I wasn't able to move into my dorm until September 1st, and then classes didn't start until September 10th. I think of all my friends that decided to attend CU, CSU, and and out of state schools, I knew only four people that were starting later than ...