Travelodge Aurora

Address: 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

Staging & Orientation begins

A travel blog entry by daanstrik on Jan 16, 2014

... turn this around! (I doubt it...)

Tuesday we had Modules. This was such a fun day! During these Modules they watch you dance, sing, talk, and how you talk about UWP. They watch your stage-outfit, take a picture,
give you information about the technic in the show and tell you all about marketing.
This happens in little groups of about 12 persons. I made a lot of new friends today and had a great time! Even though I felt a huge soar throat coming up and ...

The Third Day (Denver)

A travel blog entry by isabellerose13 on Dec 21, 2013

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... heaps more. I got so many cute clothes! We also had dinner I'm this nice pizza restaurant in the mall. We finished shopping at around 8:30 and when we went outside it was snowing, it was so cool! We drove back to the hotel though the snow and admired all if the Christmas Cheer. In Denver there were Christmas lights everywhere, almost every tree we saw was covered in lights, no kidding! We came back to the hotel and went to ...

Getting ready for Ironman Coeur d'Alene!

A travel blog entry by klouderback on Jun 11, 2013

I typically have my next race in mind as I'm going into an event, so as the Portland Marathon approached last October I was getting antsy about what I'd do after that was over. I'd wanted to do an Ironman for a few years, but always thought it would be something I'd wait to do until I was older for some reason. Last fall I started feeling really confident that I could do it and, despite the fact that it had been 2 years since I'd done my only half Iron distance ...

The Hero's Journey - Taking Up the Challenges

A travel blog entry by ginnystouse on Oct 11, 2012

I was born into a Catholic family in Texas where religion is not in short supply. Moreover, my parents both come from Louisiana, an area so religious that the state is divided into parishes rather than counties. What I'm getting at here is that my religion was always something that was very apparent in my life, so much so that it seemed to form a sort of foundation for everything; God was always the reason for ...

Journal No.1

A travel blog entry by shang.m on Sep 14, 2012

... years ago, and I visited many famous universities, such as The Harvard, The Yale and The Stanford. I am attracted to these universities, the environment when they are study and the way while professor is teaching. I talked to my father when I finished this trip and told him I want to go to the university in the United States. Fortunately, my father agrees with me and he thinks that this is a very precious experience for me.
The reason why I choose to come to ...