Travelodge Aurora

15100 E 40th Ave, Aurora, Colorado, 80011, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Aurora area of Aurora, is near Cherry Creek State Recreation Area, Mt. Shavano Fish Hatchery, Northfield Stapleton, and Aurora Hills Golf Course.
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A travel blog entry by mcalla2000 on Dec 13, 2013

2 comments, 1 photo

We have been tracking along the Colorado River now for several hundred miles and it is such a different feeling from going through open desert or plains. The river gives a sense of guidance, security. It exudes sustenance, bringing to life the areas around its banks. This river is the primary source of water for the entire Southwest. It carved out the Grand Canyon and many other canyons along its way ...

Going East to Go West

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Aug 29, 2013

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... so that we could fly home after 11:00 am on the 15th with Derek.) During the flight they only gave us two small beverages and no snacks. I watched the movie "42" about Jackie Robinson. It helped the time go really fast. Larry read Newsweek on his iPad. I tried to do the crossword in the Flight Magazine and got most of it. It was a tough one. We arrived in Denver at 4:15 a half an hour early. We had ...

Broken Appliance National Forest

A travel blog entry by doctormick on May 03, 2013

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... to listen to the radio and as the tight-wads at Avis have not activated Sirius in the car I have hired I could not tune to the world service. I did still have a pile of un-listened to podcasts so I finished of FOOC and started on the backlog of Front Rows; I need to get through these because as soon as I log in back at Fordy Towers all of the episodes I have missed while I am away will be crammed onto the 'pod ...

Heroes Journey, Departing and Separating

A travel blog entry by jeannieround on Sep 26, 2012

... myself back to that memory. Reliving those memories is the hardest part. I remember telling my mom that I wished all my friends’ personalities were placed in DU student’s bodies. I still sometimes think like that but at other times, I realized that it has only been three weeks and I have met some pretty amazing people. I get to be my own self and start over fresh. I get to hang out with whomever I want and take the classes I want to ...

Benvenuti a Perugia

A travel blog entry by rachelcalkins on Aug 26, 2012

2 comments, 3 photos

... flayed and beheaded. He is now affectionately remembered as St. Herculanus, patron saint of Perugia.
After the fall of Rome, Perugia's fate fell to the hands of the Papacy. But by the 11th century, Perugia had had enough and asserted itself as an independent city. Still, Perugia served as a popular hide-out for Popes when matters got too heated in Rome. Perugia continued to refuse to accept ...