Fall break proved to be very fun. On Friday, I went to a restaurant in Denver called La Fondue which, as you might guess, serves fondue. Two of my friends from high school, Carrie and Sarah, and Sarah's boyfriend went as well. The food was simply amazing. The first course was a cheese fondue, for which we were provided bread, veggies, and green apples. The second course was salad; I had a caesar. The third course, served as the main course, was a broth fondue. We were given plates of meat and veggies, which included chicken, shrimp, sirloin steak, filet mignon, salmon, mushrooms, zucchini, carrots, celery and cauliflower. And finally, for dessert, we got the s'mores fondue. This consisted of a chocolate fondue with a flaming liquor poured over the top, on which we roasted marshmallows. After the fire went out, we had other goodies to dip in the chocolate, such as kiwi, strawberries, Snickers, pound cake, cheese cake and pineapple. I also got a glass of sauvignon blanc. The evening was simply great, and fun was had by all.
Two days later, I went to the Broncos football game with my mom, aunt and uncle. The new Mile High is great, though definitely not as loud as the old stadium. The Broncos hosted the Patriots, and we took them to school. Don't let the score of 28-20 fool you - during the first three quarters, the Broncos were entirely in control of the game. During the fourth quarter, New England gained some momentum, but it was too little too late.