Holiday Inn Express Greeley
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... their exceptional customer service when American turned a deaf ear (with the exception of one agent who pushed our bags through without even checking weight due to their changing our reservations without confirming with either us or Cheapo). We make our connect in Chicago and off to Rome. Our reservations remained in tack for our return flight from Rome via Heathrow then direct to Denver on October ...
PLACES YOU WILL VISIT AGAIN
3. Regensburg (but I don't want to visit too many places more than once haha)
FAVORITE GERMAN BEERS
1. Augustiner Helles
2. Augustiner Edelstoff
3. The Mai bock from Prösslbräu
# OF PLANE RIDES - 2
# OF TRAIN RIDES - too many to count
# CITIES VISITED - about 15
Total Miles You Have Traveled - 11,964
Well, that's all folks... :)
... I could through my junior year until there were none left. So, during my senior year, I took German classes at the University of Northern Colorado. Then I went on to the University of Colorado. I am a Marketing major with a German minor. I finished my minor as a Sophomore. Now as a Junior, I want to fulfill my goal of going to Germany to study abroad. The study abroad program that I am going on is a semester long program in Regensburg, ...
Beijing is changing and it’s really hard to know what it will be like in 10 years. It’s becoming increasingly expensive and someday may rival cities like Paris, NY, and London for cost of living, or cost of visiting. We loved staying at the two unique, almost boutique hutong B&B places. Yet it is likely that in five years they either won’t exist anymore or will be too expensive for us to stay there. We ...
... things (like asking for the price). As the trip went on, she felt more and more confident and did a great job. Overall the length of the trip felt great. A month is enough time to really lose yourself in a place. We were able to let go of our professional work back home and just enjoy the present. The family time was especially good. I like this style of traveling and think we may try to do more of it ...