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Nov 11th 2012 12:48PM Having lived in CT, NYC & NJ, I was glued to CNN for days since the disaster was in familiar territory, not half-way across the country or half-way around the world. Colorado and much of the dry West have suffered from devastating wildfires, & there's been much discussion among former Easterners about which is "worse," fire or flood. I think it's a tie. So glad you're in one piece and took the time to share you experiences.
Jun 16th 2011 1:49PM One of the other locations of a Twelve Tribes-run restaurant is the (relatively) new Yellow Deli in Boulder, CO. The backstory is a bit disquieting, but the food is good. See http://j.mp/mIuTkg for my epxerience.
Jan 2nd 2010 5:36PM My most treasured memory of a Yellowstone x-c ski tour was to the Firehole Geyser. If doesn't erupt often, but when it does, it's like the Energizer Bunny and keeps going and going and going -- for about a quarter of an hour. My friends and I were fortunate enough to catch it.
Claire @ www.travel-babel.com
Oct 24th 2009 3:06PM Heahtrow is problematic, but worse than LaGuardia, which has no redeeming features at all in the age of modern air travel: two congested runways that not only cross each other but have water features at one end, lousy cramped concourses, difficult connections between terminals, pathetic public transportation, limited and expensive parking. Worse than O'Hare, especially in winter? Its chapel airport chapel should be called Our Lady of Perpetual Delays?Worse than Mexico City, whose sleek new international terminal is tacked on the one end of a lo-o-o-o-o-ong older terminal with horrible signage and a loudspeaker system that garbles even the Spanish? Hard to believe.
Claire @ http://www.travel-babel.com