Extended Stay America - Denver - Lakewood South
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... am certainly
going to take advantage of everything that comes my way. I’ve seen a lot of
people, a lot of land and mountains. After Jackson, Wyoming, we went to Reno,
California and we passed through Las Vegas. But this time instead of driving,
we took a jet there as a faster way to get there. When then arrived in Lake
Tahoe, California. The weather was beautiful, it wasn’t too hot nor too warm
but it was just right where you could just sit out on ...
... we will visit, so etching Dad considers critical to a successful trip. So we get in the car this morning, I set up the GPS and the iPod, and start the engine. As I am pulling out of the driveway, Dad and have the following conversation:
Dad: Turn off the book, I need to study the maps and find the best route.Me: Why can't we just do what the Google Maps lady says?Dad: She doesn't always know what she's ...
... Managed to get my required purchases and then walked back to the hotel through a thunderstorm (cue giddiness).
Dinner was a small affair -jetlag really screws with my appetite - and then to bed at 8.30pm which is a bit more like it.
This update is finally being posted at 4am which is a marked improvement on 2.30am of yesterday.
Meeting up with the rest of the crew tonight, and Sunday is looking good as a first chase day ...
... Ed and Ginny Weeger from Fairborn, friends with Gene and Ellie, and Tom and Judy Foushee from Cleveland. For supper we had Caesar Salad, roasted potatoes, mixed veggies, chicken breast with an amazing rosemary and tarragon sauce, London Broil. and a hard roll. For dessert there was red velvet cake. Most of the time the open bar was going on right outside. We had great conversation at our table and we were the last ones to leave. When we ...
Linda Burton posting from Denver, Colorado – It's my last day in Denver, a day I’ll use to summarize. The Journey Across America is now thirty percent complete! That’s right; fifteen capital cities visited, enjoyed, and lived in. I’ve encountered some surprises that didn’t match my plan, such as temperatures over a hundred degrees – I thought I’d be far enough north to avoid that in August! But the Dakotas did me in: Bismarck ...