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Thanksgiving Break: The Journey to The Airport

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Happy Sunday everyone! I know you all must be getting excited that the holidays are just right around the corner! Being that I am a senior, some of my classes are not scheduled for next week (or we are supposed to do independent work). This means…. I get to go home for thanksgiving break early!!! Whoohoo! I am so excited because since I have been at CU, I have never had an extra 2-3 days of thanksgiving break. I definitely need to start packing! Sometimes (unintentionally), I leave packing to the last minute and always seem to forget something. This time however, I am getting an early start! I am fitting everything into a carry-on so I don’t have to pay baggage fees. I usually fly on Southwest because they have such great prices from Denver to San Francisco, but this time I am flying United. One perk of being a CU student is that we get an awesome RTD college bus pass. This gives us access to tons of public buses in the state of Colorado, including the AB bus that goes from Boulder to the Denver International Airport! It stops at a lot of stops in Boulder, then about 2-3 more after that before heading straight to the airport. Thankfully, it does not stop in the city of Denver! It is an awesome service that we get to ride for free! The AB busses are really nice too. They are kind of like greyhound style! The AB bus takes about 45 minutes to get from Boulder to the airport (which is super awesome and convenient!). If you decided to attend CU Boulder, you will definitely get lost at the Denver airport at least a few times at the beginning. As soon as you know your way around, traveling home for breaks and such is a breeze! I just have to make it through the next few days and then I am home bound!! I hope you all have a wonderful week and don’t forget to check back next Sunday for another blog post!

 

Madisen
Communication • Palo Alto, CA

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