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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to practice cryonics on Bredo Morstoel, his deceased grandfather. Uff da! From Nederland, it’s only a 15-mile drive east on Boulder Canyon Drive to Boulder, home of the University of Colorado. The last time I was in Boulder, in 1970, I had a burger, fries and a beer at a restaurant called The Sink. At the time, you could drink so-called 3.2%25 (by weight) beer in Colorado at age 18. The Sink is still there. President Obama dropped by ...
... but it was another day for repairs so we left the next day. I remember that morning. Being pried out of bed just like the high school days. Lights on, windows open, cold air rushing in and a shout from the down the hall as she walked away. Right then I remembered thinking that I would miss her very much. Getting out of bed groggily, the thought of an epic adventure popped in my head and i quickly packed a few more things that I dreamed i'd need, scurried out of the ...
... as a wide bike path that got narrower about half of the way down. We then turned on to a proper road and continued through Vail and continued down into Avon.
At this point we were in jeopardy of missing the bus and Gordy and I were going flat out until we hit the finish. As the adoring fans cheered us on we crossed the finish line and breathed a sigh of relief. We received our obligatory medal of achievement and I looked at my watch to see that it was ...
... successful technology businessman and author of "Fifty Favorite Climbs: The Ultimate North American Tick List " book--at the base of the Bastile Crack. Bonus!
Following the days' success, there was no rest for the wicked. The two joined another Boulder friend turning 30 in a birthday celebration. Surprisingly, the party had just ...
We started our day at the Celestial Seasonings Tea Factory for a tour. The tour showed us how they get all the raw ingredients from all over the world and then they mill them to make them uniform size. A guy named Charlie brews up infusions of each batch of ingredient to taste them to make sure they meet the standards of Celestial Seasonings. Our tour guide said that he can tell the difference between blackberry leaves from China and those from Poland ...