Extended Stay America - Denver - Lakewood South
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... 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 ...
... the train we passed a few hours viewing forests and hills with snowy mountains in the background before we got to the Rocky Mountains themselves. And Rockies are just fabulous! The train made its way through gorges, through mountain passes, alongside rivers, alongside deserted roads, alongside sheer cliffs that towered upwards. The rock formations were fascinating, just as we always imagined Colorado landscapes to be. In places the track wound around tight curves to follow ...
... was really cool because it was something we had never done, but after a while we got too cold and had to go home. We drove back home and Donovan and Kinsey built Legos while I did some coloring. Then we had a really nice Christmas dinner, we had a brisket with cranberry sauce. Then we had a really super nice chocolate log roll for desert and went to ...
The next evening we headed out again, this time to an American baseball game! The Rockies were taking on the Reds, go the Rockies! They lost. But it was a cool experience, the tickets we got were only $5 dollars each and due to the type of game base ball is and how often the games are (5 times a week sometimes) it is a cool place to just chill out with friends, eat a hot dog and some peanuts after work (if you work that is).
Denver just got 8" of snow to start off my trip. Amazing for this time of the year.
Here is a picture from the Denver Airport. But as Pam wisely said to me as we were waiting for the Airport bus, "This is the coldest place you'll be in."
She was right-- again.