Ameristar Casino Resort Spa Black Hawk
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... friends. Then Red Rocks Amphitheatre. As said I added pictures, they can't tell how incredible it really is. The band did an excellent show. Sound was also perfect. After Telegraph Road we tried to do a running of the bulls, running to the front. The security was very strict. But I managed to be in the front, in the middle, to wave the band goodbye before the security reallytook me to the side again. Back to the 4th row watching ...
... He wins the prize for the best name of the holiday. We've travelled 3,982 miles in our hire car. To put that into perspective, that is around 1,000 miles more than the driving distance from Boston on the east coast of America to Los Angeles on the west coast. We have done the equivalent of driving from Chester to Moscow and back again. However, because the roads are so good, it hasn't been at all onerous. We journeyed up to 14.000 feet - about four Mount Snowdons on ...
... Therapy every week, exercises to do daily and is now on prednisone. Friday we will schedule him with Neuosurgery to evaluate whether a cortisone shot might be the answer. At least he is taking fewer pain pills and can walk up to a mile on our walks. We occasionally go out to dinner and try to keep ourselves entertained with movies and books. It will be nice when he can go for long enough to sit through a play or visit a museum.
... They had the longest water slide, a diving area,
etc. After the waterpark, everyone went back upstairs to change for dinner. The
funny thing was that within the hotel you had the waterpark and the restaurant
inside so we didn't even have to drive anywhere but stay in our local area. The
only dilemma that many came across including me was the cell phone service.
Depending on where you go, you won’t always find yourself to get decent
connection, however ...
... had gone back into hiding, and that we were just as likely to see one on the other trail. So we continued, staying on the lookout for snakes, but we didn’t see any. We did see a deer and a couple of rabbits, as well as a massive bumble bee (like 3x the size of any I’d seen before!). The cool view at the top of South Table Mountain showed the Rocky Mountains in one direction, and downtown Denver and the Great Planes in the other. While ...