Travel: Denver, CO
Last fall I traveled with my dad + aunt/uncle for a quick trip to Denver. Here’s an
excerpt from my Denver blog post:
Our first day was good. Besides the fact that I was convinced we were all going to die because of the buckets of rain pouring down on us ALL day + driving in the dark at fast speeds = never a good idea. Obviously our day consisted of mostly driving, talking, food from the gas station (no), chugging coffee, and changing the radio station (which I was the personal DJ, so yes – it was great music for those 10+ hours.)
We made a few stops in a few cities, and saw some cute places. I’ve decided I like sappy morning walks in rainy Colorado cities. Colorado has the cutest little buildings tucked away and I’m a total fan. The day continued to rain, and rain, and rain, and we finally made it to our hotel. Took a nap. Ventured around the city and called it a day.
The primary reason we ventured on this little road trip was the fact that my dad’s side of the family was having a reunion, which I never have met this side of the family, so it was all new to me. I was happy to finally match faces to names, and meet some people that I’ve always heard about growing up. Also bond with their dogs, of course. Because that’s just what I do.
I never act ally posted pictures from the third and last day in Denver, mainly because I was caught up with beginning my fall semester. However, the last and final day my dad and I ventured around downtown Denver. From yummy restaurants, shabby stores, and lush neighborhood evening walks.
Ultimately, I was sad to leave Denver.