Aurora Motel

Address: 11712 East Colfax Ave., Aurora, Colorado, 80010, United States | Motel
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A travel blog entry by wettsteir on May 22, 2015

Leaving Utah was cool because we got to drive through the amazing mountains of Eastern Utah by Arches State Park (I think that is the name). The mountains and geological features were AMAZING. The same was true of the mountains of Colorado though they were morphologically different ...

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A travel blog entry by _chelsea_ on Dec 24, 2013

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... and knots and all things excitement in my churning stomach since the day before yesterday and now it is today: today is the day.

i keep forgetting )only very briefly) that it is christmas eve, but the outlandish number of santa hats, reighndeer antlers, and full blow elf barb we’ve seen between DIA and Washington DC’s airports have served as an ...

Through Colorado

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Oct 12, 2013

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... gray rocks and stone all the way up, with nothing daring to grow anywhere! Ironically, the valley just across from the gray peaks is host to the "peach capital of the country" and a dozen thriving wineries. Go figure.

A short distance east of Grand Junction I-70 is called the Grand Army of the Republic Highway. I can’t explain the name, but the valley cut by the Colorado ...

Mile high city

A travel blog entry by ryanbrokenbrow on May 21, 2013

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... on are travels but in comparison to some third world countries it was like the ritz, and I can hardly pass judgment on a place I didn't even set foot in, only drive through, after all, many cities have poorer outer districts but it was the feel that I got. All American cities love sky scrapers, there's more Starbucks coffee shops than bicycles in Beijing, ...


A travel blog entry by labancal on Oct 04, 2012

... to be on my list of schools. I don’t like the assumption that DU’s only merit is based on its location. It’s also a great school and I’m thrilled to be spending my next 4 years here.

When I first got here, fresh out of suburbia, learning the streets in the city and not mixing up the blocks proved challenging and I still haven’t mastered it, but I will admit that walking ...