Motel 6 Denver South
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... was to drive out here and bring moly our 22 month old chocolate lab with us. Once Nikki and Kevin's wedding was over and we really started to look at the route, we decided driving was a bad idea and would be too long and costly. Within an hour of this decision our flights were booked and Molly was out. We flew to Denver and spent the night at the Westin. We had an enjoyable meal at a local ...
... tents!). Scot is particularly sad that he is not there to help Keely with the move, and Keely feels the same way! We are all looking forward to being re-united when we move Kaitlyn to college for her initial orientation next week.
As Keely and Scot reflect on the upcoming years' itinerary, we feel that our year of travel really begins with our departure in September. The trip this summer to Cambodia, Thailand, Ethiopia and Europe ...
... BY HERSELF! I guess it takes a full day of hiking, sight seeing, and dog parking to wear her out.
Once Lysa and Adam returned, we played a not so rousing game of Pit as the boys didn't share our enthusiasm for the game. We followed this with a game of Clue. Lysa and Adam went to bed and Andy and I stayed up to watch some TV.
As I mentioned before, I am sad this trip ...
... ever seen in Louisville (4th & Main). Gorgeous structure. There is also a plethora of art - the bear pressing curiously into the building, street graffiti, sculptures...really impressive. The only thing that disappointed was my expectation that the Rockies surrounded Denver and you could see them everywhere in the city. You can't. Le sigh.
So with tour completed, food settled, we toddled off to bed, gearing up for the very long drive ahead of us. ...
... the NZ flag was no more. It must have fallen out of my pocket. Not to worry, it had served me well on this trip and also the one prior. I really must stop losing **** !
I went into the stadium which was massive. Coor's Field seats 50,000 people although there weren't that many here for this game. It is only used for baseball so is dormant for half the year. Cool place though.
I did a circuit of the stadium, marvelling at all the food options available. As it ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed