Microtel Inn By Wyndham Denver
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Woke up at 7am to check out of the Monte Carlo Casino. We shared a yogurt with strawberry and granola and checked out on our TV screen incident free. Let's hope they charge our card correctly. USD605.
Farewell Las Vegas. It's been fun!
We arrived at McCarran Airport 2hrs before our flight. By the time we dropped off bags, were processed through security and arrived at the gate, the flight was already boarding.. ...
... After a while it got too cold and we had some lunch in a cafe. There were some different things on the menu that I has never heard of, like onion rings and chilli cheese fries. On the way back we saw really big moose sitting among the trees. We came home for a little while and then Natalie, Dad and I got ready to go to Walmart to pick up a few things. After Walmart we had chicken and rice for dinner and went to bed after a long tiring ...
... Registering for the Ironman is one of the more impulsive things I've ever done. I'm a very methodical person, but I knew if I didn't register ASAP it would fill up and I'd be relegated to Louisville. I'm glad I didn't give myself much time to consider all of the reasons I shouldn't do it right now because it filled a few days after I registered. I'll spend the next few entries giving some details of my training and other reflections from the past 7 months of ...
I guess I was impressed enough with Denver’s Saint Patrick’s
Day Parade in March that I decided to check out the Cinco de Mayo festivities
downtown in May. Denver has tons of Mexicans, so it must be a huge party too,
right? In the same way that Saint Patrick’s Day is a bigger deal in New York
and Boston than it is in Dublin and Shannon, Cinco de Mayo is celebrated more strongly
in the U.S. where ...
... I realized how easy it was to feel the need for such validation.
One reason for my determination to travel the world is to see the ways in which other cultures and religions view the world and find where exactly I fit in to this spectrum. I wanted – and still would like – to believe that there is some form of a higher power, but all the talk of the Reformation of the Catholic church and ...