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Travel Blogs from Aurora

Goodbye Keystone, hello Denver

A travel blog entry by culvy on Nov 21, 2013

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... severely car sick.. Thankfully the driver's daughter suffers the same fate and was very understanding. A quick seat change and an open window saved me from disgracing myself infront of everyone. It's so not fair! Eventually we made it safely to the mile high city of Denver. It was a complete shock to the system getting out of the shuttle bus though. We were hit with -10'C, it was windy and snowing, and to top it off we had to wait in the freezing cold for the shuttle bus. We ...

Last Minute Things

A travel blog entry by karenstephens on May 13, 2013

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... left Fort Collins around 3:00 p.m. You all know what a great job Ed does (the man works wonders!) in making travel arrangements, and he has come through once again. He got us a free room and upgrade at the Residence Inn near the Denver airport. We have a spacious and comfortable two bedroom, two bath suite with a kitchen and living room. We even have a complimentary dinner here tonight! We are relaxing now and having a glass of wine on the hotel patio. The ...

Denver

A travel blog entry by ollyandhelen on May 08, 2013

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... br> On Saturday, armed with snacks, we went on a road trip to Colorado Springs, near the Rocky Mountains. We headed for the Cave of the Winds, which was a really cool underground cave tour. We then decided we wanted to go panning for gold, so we went to Ghost Town, which was a small museum of bits and pieces from the days of the gold rush. Unfortunately the gold panning exhibit was not open, which was a little disappointing, but we did get to sit in some ...

The Hero's Journey - Taking Up the Challenges

A travel blog entry by ginnystouse on Oct 11, 2012

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 ...

Journal No.1

A travel blog entry by shang.m on Sep 14, 2012

... years ago, and I visited many famous universities, such as The Harvard, The Yale and The Stanford. I am attracted to these universities, the environment when they are study and the way while professor is teaching. I talked to my father when I finished this trip and told him I want to go to the university in the United States. Fortunately, my father agrees with me and he thinks that this is a very precious experience for me.
The reason why I choose to come to ...

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