Staybridge Suites Denver South-Park Meadows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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one last thing, due to a instrumental malfunction (driver error), our total mileage for the trip was......
thanks for taking the time to read our blog and as Arnie says, "we`ll be back".
NOT THE END BUT THE BEGINNING
So I am still at home and I do not leave until tomorrow at 8:45pm. The reason I am writing in today is because I think that it is important to reflect on what I am feeling now. I have a variety of mixed emotions that I think writing on them will let me analyze them better.
I have always lived in Littleton, Colorado and I have never traveled on my own. I have traveled with my parents ...
... train and rental car. It was once again a wonderful experience....
Now that old age is catching up with us we did our best to come up with an easy itinerary at a slow pace. We will start our trip in Tokyo and stay there for 5 days. Getting used to the 15 hour time difference, visit some of our favorite shrines and temples, a daytrip to Nikko and just enjoy being immersed again in the Japanese culture. There is now a "hop-on-hop-off" bus tour that takes you to a ...
... cooks while we chat. The kids hang out and come to sit with us here and there. It is really nice to sit and be with family! We leave late afternoon, unfortunately we didn't get to see Chavo yet as he is working, but we will have time to do so soon. When we get back to our campsite I check with the office on cancellations for tomorrow. Yay! space has opened up through Monday! So between here and the state park we have somewhere to stay through next ...
Linda Burton posting from Denver, Colorado – Charles Kuralt, in his book Charles Kuralt's America, referred to New York City as "a large city composed of tiny, personal neighborhoods." After I read that, I stopped being intimidated by big cities and learned to enjoy them as a lot of “small towns” that happen to be sitting side by side; its residents distinct, and perhaps competitive, like the small-town football rivalries I grew up with. So I intend ...