TownePlace Suites Denver Airport at Gateway Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... weave pictures into the post, it needs to have a sufficiently long body of text. This means that I have to just write stuff to fill space to appease the travelpodgods. I don't even have anything to write about, because I was planning on making this test post and then going to sleep, but now I'm forced to stay up and type nonsense so that a nonsense picture can get placed amongst the nonsense. Hopefully I've written enough ...
... the aisle from the rows behind us. Danny wakes up.
“Mommy? What’s happening?”
I look over at Bradley and he is hyperventilating. His teeth start to chatter. He is terrified. He thinks he is going to die. I start to talk to him – telling him I can see out the window over his shoulder and we are almost on the ground. I’m squeezing the other two so hard my arms are going numb as I tell Bradley that we are so close to the ground and we ...
... Eric, who then carried, by himself, about a 100+lbs of uncomfortable bags by himself. (Liv and I had our hands full as well). His selfless efforts are one of many examples of how supportive so many have been. This trip has some magic sprinkled on ...
... had a mini mass. After church we picked up a couple of things from Whole Foods Market so mum and dad could cook dinner. They made meatballs, they were really nice. Then we drove to a park with lots of Christmas lights and walked around in the cold looking at all the pretty lights. We drove back home and Skyped the family, it was really nice to see everybody and wish them merry Christmas. Everybody went to bed excited for the following ...
... of a death in the family (dunno if it was
snake related). There are a lot of wagon wheel benches, historic
markers/statues, Spanish hacienda's, wrought iron balconies, center street
pagota's, narrow alleys and dried pepper clusters around every doorway.
Something new: for the
first time we saw road signs indicating "Lizzard Crossing"
areas. A downtown marguarita factory has
its wooden water towers and copper still 'outside' of the ...