Iron Horse Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... universities I have ever seen. The surrounding areas of Boulder seemed to be a bit bland with the usual chain restaurants, but there is a city center where we spent a few hours. The city center has a pedestrian shopping street called Pearl Street. Pedestrian shopping streets tend to be popular in South America and Europe, but I haven't seen many at all in America, so this was a pleasant surprise! The street had cobbled brick for a ...
... how I spend my days is good. (I would love to know what you think by the way, so don't be shy to write a comment below)
I met some people randomly one night and surprised yet another person on their birthday. As we walked through the empty streets on that cold Monday night, I had a really empty feeling in my heart. I didn't miss this place at all and I didn't miss the downtown atmosphere at all. In fact, I felt more lonely there than ever. I talked to a friend later ...
... and antiques throughout; pretty cool! We spent the evening walking the central mall area. It's a touristy destination with lots of activity. We saw all kinds of street vendors, musicians, and even a magician. It's a lively place.
Everyone was pretty tired once again tonight. The kids hit the hay pretty quickly. I'm looking forward to our day tomorrow ... we drive into Rocky Mountain National ...
... the flight I was texting one of my flight instructors, Harold, who was moderating the weather on his computer in Fresno, California and giving me advice on what to do.
Like I suspected, I started into the clouds in eastern Kansas. This line of precipitation was very odd for this time of year. It was the first time in history that Kansas got snow in the month of May. It was very annoying that this spring weather phenomenon had to ...
... around here with Indian food. The first one was closed until 5 pm and we found it weird it wasn't open earlier on a Saturday. We then drove back to Boulder for the second one, but that one was also closed. Then we went to the third one, and that too didn't open until 5 pm. We decided to go back to restaurant nr 1 and have a drink across the street while waiting for the restaurant to open. (passed the 4th one when we left Boulder)
Had some drinks. ...