Hooper Homestead Guest Quarter

Address: 210 Hooper St, Central City, Colorado, 80427, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 210 Hooper St, Central City, is near Ameristar Casino Black Hawk, Central City Opera House, Bullwhackers Casino, and Harveys Wagon Wheel Hotel/Casino.
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      Day 12 - Family and Basketball

      A travel blog entry by dougndev on Oct 30, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... a lovely restaurant with a bit of a German influence to it (can't remember the name now!) [Doug here - it was called Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen] and we downed our beers before heading over to the Pepsi centre to watch some basketball! It was the Denver Nuggets vs the Detroit Pistons and the opening game of the season! There were lots of cheerleaders, dancers etc and a mascot of course! All very american. They play music while playing too! Anyway we very ...

      Last day of the ride. Back at Willy's.....

      A travel blog entry by aley48 on Aug 30, 2014

      4 comments, 31 photos

      ... except in years of heavy runoff.
      The river cuts up to one mile (1.6 km) into the Colorado Plateau, creating the Grand Canyon and exposing some of the oldest visible rocks on Earth, dating as long ago as 2 billion years. The 277 miles (446 km) of the river that flow through the Grand Canyon are known for their difficult whitewater, separated by pools that reach up to 110 feet (34 m) in depth.
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      FINALLY THE ROCKIES!

      A travel blog entry by falpal on Jul 14, 2014

      15 photos

      ... much to our vegan dining dismay, Becca's salad came with a small sauteed cocoon.

      Now for the good part:
      WE DROVE THROUGH THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS!

      It was one of the most humbling feelings being next to such massive formations. It really puts you in your tiny human space. I can't even imagine the amount of forces that created these mountains... im not sure what else to say really. I was speechless.
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      The great recovery.

      A travel blog entry by albuschhoff on Feb 19, 2014

      7 photos

      Last October we booked our yearly trip to Mexico. When Fred was diagnosed as having a malignancy on one of his kidneys, his first question was "Can I still go to Mexico?" So here we are 19 days after surgery. Fred is logging about 8000 steps a day and some gentle pool time. In the two weeks before we came, I was a little worried that we might have over estimated how good our experience would be, but we are in ...

      The Sixth Day (Denver)

      A travel blog entry by isabellerose13 on Dec 24, 2013

      ... is a professor at the university and teaches about marine, we fed some catfish some worms and saw some horses, sheep and buffaloes. We came back and had some lunch and a babysitter came to watch us while Mum, Dad, Chris and Gail went on a Brewery tour. We just hung out for a while until all the parents came back. Then we went to a christmas eve church service, there wasn't enough room in the main church so we went in a room underneath the ...