Travel Blogs from Golden
... in the world. There is a parking lot not far from the brewery where you can catch a free bus to the brewery. The brewery tour is free (the best part). The tour of the brewery is an audio tour. It takes 30-45 minutes and explains what you are seeing while in the brewery and also some of the history behind it. It is very similar to other tours of breweries like ...
... map we had showed a Buffalo Lookout. However, we couldn't seen any Buffalo. When we looked on the other side of the freeway, way, way in the distance, we saw Buffalo. We decided to try to get close to them to see them (they are fenced in). As we were driving a road that we thought would lead us to the Buffalo, we saw a deer sitting by the road. We all took pictures. As we continued on, ...
... ll in Denver. And when we showed up at the Hampton inn with visions of AC and showers there were no room. ****! So we spent the next 20 minutes in 98 degree temps (as recorded by my bike). After checking in, I made a bee line to the pool. And then Bill had our last supper at Chilis ( only restaurant within walking distance). ...
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Lend me your ear and eye.
Here is the URL for Kruger National Park, South Africa.
It is a live webcam showing animals coming to the watering holes to drink.
We had a very interesting tour of the Coors Brewery. Of course, after the tour there is a tasting. We had the Batch 19, and then I tried the Colorado Native which can only be purchased in Colorado. Both were very good.
We then walk to downtown Golden for lunch at the Buffalo Rose, where we watch Nebraska play some football. There was a table ...
Other places to stay in Golden
Golden/Lakewood, Golden | B&Bfrom $80