Motel 6 Denver South
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... 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 ...
... just a little bit smarter after visiting. (still thinking about the things we learned from the Van Gogh exhibit back in January)
After the art museum, we decided we just could not be in Denver without having our most favorite pizza ever - Beau Jo's. It is by far the best pizza and we look forward to eating Beau Jo's on every trip. Even though we have a big dinner planned we decided to stop and at least get a 3 lb. ...
... of write about some of the things that I learned about myself on this trip of a lifetime. I freakin did it! It is quite the intimidating, scary, weird thing to survive in multiple foreign countries and cultures. It actually got easier as I went along. Money exchange, atms, food, lodging, trains, etc.... It was pretty crazy that I looked back at the end and saw how proficient I got at all of it. I was pretty proud ...
I was born into a Catholic family in Texas where religion is not in short supply. Moreover, my parents both come from Louisiana, an area so religious that the state is divided into parishes rather than counties. What I'm getting at here is that my religion was always something that was very apparent in my life, so much so that it seemed to form a sort of foundation for everything; God was always the reason for ...
... always taken care of me. I have to set up a schedule so that I can go to all my classes, be able to go to the gym, and still figure out a time to socialize. This wave of worries hit me like a storm. I lost the excitement that I had just had. My parents, the lighthouse that had always guided me home, was losing its light. I had to figure out my life on my own, and I had no idea where I was going. I was already starting to miss the security that I had ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed