Travelodge Aurora Denver Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It was really cold but we saw some squirrels. We came back had some leftovers for lunch and drove to the lake to do some ice fishing. We walked out on the ice, being careful not to slip. Then we sat on a bucket while Chris or Dad drilled holes in the ice in front of us. We set up our rods and fished. Every child was able to catch at least one ...
... some indication how breathtaking it was. On the way back we stopped off in the Wild West town of Idaho Springs for the best pizza I have ever had. I can safely say that was a pretty good day.
 This morning I boarded my 5th flight in 10 days and headed to Las Vegas. After meeting my nice new hosts at the airport we drove along the strip in 111 Farenheit (44C) to their house - a gorgeous (and huge) villa in a gated community about 10 miles out of the centre. ...
... cowboy boots. Boy were we suprised with the outcome! After a couple hours in the store not only did Joe find his boots but he ended up with 2 pairs, Karyn and I each with a pair, and David and Fred with flannel shirts! Quite the cowboy morning. From there we drove up to Fort Collins and had some lunch with the group before the the men split off to go to New Belgium.
Joe, David, and I had really been looking forward to ...
... which is centrally located for everyone and convenient for no one, have I got a venue for you!
Deciding that we had enough viewing pleasure for one day, we set out for Colorado with earnest intent. From that northern route, it took us until nearly evening to reach the Interstate again. Before we did, however, we saw one last photo-worthy sign, and resisted the urge to check in:
... ended up finding that about 70% of the students travel abroad. It was as if it was all coming together right before my eyes – to really understand a culture I had to truly understand their language. And to really understand their language was to complete immerse myself in it, and live abroad. I was already just about sold with everything else I’d learned about the university but this was ...