Just a few sights on my way to work down 5th avenue, some secrets, and cool places to visit.
Today, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It's a day that hopefully we all celebrate equality of all Peoples. Today, we also celebrate the man who this holiday is named after, who was also considered "the most powerful Negro" by the FBI. Here are some other interesting facts, brought to you by our friends over... Continue Reading →
Well, well, well. Look who it is. 37-year-old you thinking it's 1998. I guess you just found out you can't play soccer/basketball/badminton. I've now had the pleasure to have torn my Achilles tendon in Spain playing a friendly game of soccer. It's an amazing injury, and something that is surprisingly common (you find out once... Continue Reading →
Continuing the series on Denver, we move on to sleeping accommodations, a very important chapter in a stay. It is important to mention that hotels at one point in history were originally places you paid people to not kill or rob you when you sleep. Pretty simple. Sometime not too long ago a guy named... Continue Reading →