Holiday Inn Express Boulder
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Since we got in so late we decided to not set an alarm and just see when we woke up. Since we are incapable of sleeping in we woke up around 8ish and got dressed for some hiking.
The place that we staid was a duplex. We were on the bottom floor with Matt and Anisa and then Dan and Kelly, Steve and Ashley, and Kim were staying on the top floor.
After getting dressed we went upstairs to see what was going on since we heard people walking around. Everyone was up and they had ...
... it - great coffee on the Great Plains!
Opting for a more rural setting, we based our time in the Black Hills at a small lakeside cottage near Custer, named for the US General of Civil War and Bighorn fame.
The Custer State Park is home to one of the largest buffalo herds in the US, together with assorted deer, elk, antelope and birds, and ...
... with hilarious University related murals, and string lights were strung from the exposed pipes in every corner. My Buddha Basil pizza (with tofu, artichoke hearts, and sundried tomatoes) was incredible. I would've loved to spend an entire day walking the streets of Boulder, stopping in all the local shops and restaurants, visiting the campus and buying every trippy tie-dye shirt I ogled over while driving by. Knowing we had a long drive ahead, we left with only a taste of ...
... Our favorite foods came from Mexico, India, and Israel. The worst food was in Myanmar (Funny how Myanmar/India were exact opposites when it comes to food versus overall awesomeness). The country that was hardest to communicate in was Brazil. The coolest language was Ethiopian - google it, it's crazy. Now that we have more-or-less settled into our Boulder condo, we have exciting life news (...no, we are not pregnant). ...
... We never have change for the buses and this time we were 7 cents short of the change required, the driver let us off the full amount which was nice of him.
The guy (Eric) lives in a really nice quiet area in a wooden apartment block. He had left the key in a little lockbox thing by his door although we didn’t need it in the end as he was in anyway. When I walked in he was playing an instrument in the middle of the room. I said "hi" he replied “oh you’re the ...