Super 8 Henderson/NE Denver

Address: 9051 Hwy I-76, Henderson, Colorado, 80640, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located in the Westminster/Thornton area of Henderson, is near Hammond's Candy Factory, Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, and Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge.
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    Travel Blogs from Henderson

    North India Explored Itinerary

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Jan 26, 2015

    ... other bold folk art. Historical images are painted with humor and images of birds and flowers juxtapose sedat scenes heavily influenced by European Art.

    Feb 15- Drive to Bikaner, approx 4-5 hours. Afternoon is free to explore.

    Feb 16- Visit Jungarh Fort buit by a Raijput ruler in 1587. It has never been conquered. It contains 37 palaces, many temples and pavilions. The interior is decorated and painted in traditional style. We then drive 7-8 hours ...

    Lovely Safe Denver

    A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Aug 03, 2014

    ... again at all. Charlotte clearly wasn’t too unhappy about this and in truth neither am I but it would have been nice to have the opportunity to camp again as it allows more flexibility when we are driving in areas where we may not have something booked.

    All we had to do today was drive to Denver and drop off the car so ages ago we had decided to go to Vail which is about 3 hours away from the Rockies, it was sort of a trade-off for not being able to go to Aspen. I had a ...

    A Few Parting Thoughts on Japan and China

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on May 10, 2014

    Our objective for this long trip to Asia was to gain a more in depth understanding of Japan and China, their cultures, history, people, geography, and perhaps a glimpse into their respective futures. Although we realize our time here was still too short to go into significant depth, we feel very good about having accomplished our overall goals for the trip.
    As we look back at each country, a few things stand out. When we think of Japan, we think of ...

    The British Airways Experience

    A travel blog entry by siobhan21 on Dec 09, 2013

    ... first class British Airways booths... I am going to have to treat myself to one of those someday. What a way to travel! They looked so comfortable. I've always wondered why people pay so much for the typical first class where you get a slightly larger seat. If you're gonna pay extra, those first class booths are the way to go!

    Plane food... nasty. However, I am pleased to report that the drinks are still free, unlike many US domestic flights these days.
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    Starting the journey that is Ironman training

    A travel blog entry by klouderback on Jun 12, 2013

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    ... You can see where my priorities lie... A typical week at the beginning of my training looked something like this: Monday: Swim (2600m) & Run (Fartlek, 6 miles) Tuesday: Bike (75 min) & Strength Wednesday: Rest Thursday: Bike (70 min) & Strength Friday: Swim (2800) & Run (60 min fartlek, ladder run) Saturday: Bike (2.5 hour) Sunday: Run (75 min) & Strength At this point, the volume wasn't too bad. It was more the intensity of the swims because each ...