Boulder Outlook Hotel & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Just got back from Disney where we stayed for over a week. We got sick. Everybody got sick. We had 5 people constantly visiting the 2 bathrooms in our connecting rooms. It reminded me a bit of the end of Sneetches.
Ashish loved the ...
... bottle it up and take it home with me. My senses were set on fire and all I wanted was to stay there in that moment for as long as possible. We enjoyed every single second of that hike together.
When we made it back to town we decided to spend the night in Aspen and found this amazing hotel for a great price! We wandered the streets and found a yummy pizza place to eat dinner at and have a beer. The food was perfect and the company even better. Our whole day was like ...
... of the first pitch, the lead climber for the second group (his name was Kenny) began to climb up, just slightly over to the left of us. Kenny was climbing with two new climbers who were married (Cesar and Sammy). Kenny would lead the climb and belay the two climbers at the same time on two separate ropes. We went about the same pace and as we went up each pitch, we'd all be chatting a bit. Kenny had done this climb before so he was giving Ben a little beta (helpful ...
... olds jump around on a bus.
We arrived and it was now a nice warm night. Everyone was drinking in the parking lot but seeing as we didn’t know anyone and I quite wanted to see all the bands (not too bothered about Chromeo) we went straight in. We were right to bring the flask, beers were 8.50 which in normal circumstances wouldn’t be bad but we’ve been used to pay 3-5 dollars for beers up to this point. I got a coke and mixed the vodka with it and we watched ...
About 1 1/2 hours north of Denver is Boulder. We stopped in for a couple of hours. Had lunch and took a quick look of the town. What a great area. I can see why the Univ of Colorado is a big draw. Lots of similarities to Burlington VT.
A quick ice cream and then we had to hit the road. It's a 6 hour hump to Hill City, SD. Going to see Custer State Park, Crazy Horse, Mt. Rushmore and much more. Two days at Rafter J-Bar RV Park.