Super 8 Denver Midtown
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... honour of my parents mug collection back home. ;-) After we decided we had to walk off breakfast, we drove out to Cherry Creek State Park. $9 to enter and another $2 to access the off-leash dog area. WTF!!!! We entered with two dry, cleanish dogs and left with two wet and dirty ones. Due to the recent rain, the whole area was muddy and the creeks were full. Every dog in that place was in heaven.
That night we met up with ...
... of whisky and started playing the harmonica. He had a Louis Armstrong type voice and you just knew that he’d been there, seen it, done, got the t-shirt…then potentially used the t-shirt as a bath towel. Oh and the music was pretty good too.
We headed home in the evening via a supermarket, which we raided for fruit, pasta and pesto(original I know) and had our first home cooked meal for a week or so.
A chat with our host told us that Denver was ...
... perfect amount of davening in evocative settings: in Tel Aviv steps away from waves crashing on the beach and in Jerusalem with kabbalat Shabbat at a feminist orthodox service (yes, really!) and on Shabbat morning in the beautiful courtyard of our hotel looking out on Mt. Zion and the old city. Lior, our tour guide, couldn't have been better: knowledgeable, funny and politically, religiously and culturally insightful, he was professional and utterly personable at ...
We were woken up early because it was Christmas morning. I went upstairs and saw what I had in my stocking. I got some lip balm, a scarf, a Starbucks card and some chocolates. Then after breakfast we went to open our other gifts, I got a magazine subscription, a hair straightener, a pandora bead and an iTunes voucher. Then I went on a walk with Mum ...
... Around that time I went to a presentation to Denver Association of Business Economists by the company that purchased the property on their plans for developing it. The economic downturns of 2001-2003 and 2008-2011 put temporary slowdowns on progress in developing the area, but it’s now in full throttle again.
Much of that growth relates to plans to make Union Station the hub of a new urban mass transit system made possible by voters passage ...