With little rest, I boarded a plane to Denver for some fieldwork.
We hit the road after landing and headed out to Grand Junction. We stopped at a Qdoba for lunch (one of Julie's favorite places) where I tried a couple of tacos and some queso and chips.
The scenery was beautiful.
It was very late afternoon when we arrived and we went out for a few interviews which were successful. On the way back to the hotel, we had dinner at Bin Foodbar 707 and it was a very hip place. We ordered a salad to share and I ordered the fancy burger while Julie had a steak. We obviously were not hip enough to fit in there.
The next day was not as successful but we did find a Hawaiian place for lunch.
I ordered a Kalua pork sandwich which came with egg drop soup and I had to sample the macaroni salad. Julie decided to stay asian with the pho and spring rolls.
Before we left, I stopped to pick up a famous peach at a tent in a parking lot.
We headed back to Denver and stopped by Georgetown for a pit stop. Very interesting little place with a cool shop.
After checking into the hotel, we walked to DiCiccio's for dinner. Food was good, service was a bit slow, and they had a huge projection tv where they placed Andrea Bocelli in concert.
The decor of the restaurant we modeled after a theater with booths, a mezzanine level and a balcony level.
The next morning had a beautiful sunrise as we headed to the airport very early for flights home.