Travelodge Aurora

15100 E 40th Ave, Aurora, Colorado, 80011, United States | 2 star hotel
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Aurora

The Seventh Day (Denver)

A travel blog entry by isabellerose13 on Dec 25, 2013

... was really cool because it was something we had never done, but after a while we got too cold and had to go home. We drove back home and Donovan and Kinsey built Legos while I did some coloring. Then we had a really nice Christmas dinner, we had a brisket with cranberry sauce. Then we had a really super nice chocolate log roll for desert and went to ...

Children's Hospital of Colorado

A travel blog entry by danwalsh on Oct 29, 2013

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... and also runs clinics and urgent car clinics around the town. As we were coming out of one of the meetings there had been a rapid response team called and they were finishing their assessment and plan for the patient; he would be transferred to the PICU. My accent again causes discussion but it was my pronunciation that was the focus today, I hadn't been conscious of how many words that Americans do not pronounce many of the letters. They ...

Rocky Mountain High

A travel blog entry by snipey324 on Apr 24, 2013

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... Mount Rushmore. It's pretty amazing actually seeing it, though it doesn't look as big as you imagine it will from the viewing area. It's only when you get inside the museum and see the picture of a guy next to a nose, and he's about a third of the size of the nose, that you start to appreciate how big it is! We also drove to Wall Drug, a famous drug store that's sells all kind of stuff, where we met a guy who seemed to know an awful ...

Crossing the Threshold

A travel blog entry by ginnystouse on Oct 04, 2012

... in a new college, or was that still not considered acceptable by the general public?

My anxiety was relieved after all the dust cleared and all the parents drove home or to a hotel or an airport. My roommate, suitemate and I decided to take our own tour of the campus in place of an hour long tour provided by the school in the blistering heat on a set schedule.

I had been ...

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 ...