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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    Travel Blogs from Central City

    Leaving the Prairies, HOORAY!

    A travel blog entry by timkristacarson on Sep 23, 2015

    7 comments, 5 photos

    ... and entertainment, a state cruiser passed us and hovered just behind Mr. Speedy tent trailer driver. After a mile or two following the speeding tent trailer, the lights of the cruiser started flashing and Mr. Speedy was pulled over. Tim was more than relieved! We traveled through farm after farm, it seemed at times that we were traveling through miles upon miles of wind turbine farms. Wind turbines and farmers fields in every direction. Iowa was much more hilly than ...

    Weekend in Denver

    A travel blog entry by mswegles on Apr 27, 2015

    4 photos

    Flew in late, and met Morgan and Genie at Dave and Buster's, as described by our witty son, as a grown up Chuckie Cheese. I wasn't hungry, but when the huge plate of Nachos appeared, well, they were pretty tasty. Must be the altitude that helped my appetite, we ...

    Mile High City

    A travel blog entry by jameswells on Dec 13, 2014

    1 photo

    In town for a family ski trip. Staying at the residence inn downtown. After checking in, we stumbled upon a German themed Christmas festival in downtown Denver where we had a few drinks. Afterwards, we walked down the pedestrian mall to explore the area. We stopped into to the Thirsty Lion gastropub for a quick drink before going to the Kitchen - Denver for a very nice dinner. The dinner and drinks were amazing!! Definitely a great way to start a family ...

    Bria Taylor's Trip of a Lifetime

    A travel blog entry by projecttoal on Aug 13, 2014

    14 photos

    ... headed to Buffalo Wild Wings for dinner. But
    this time they wanted the groupings of the tables to be different being that
    everyone found their clicks, they wanted everyone to get a chance to mingle
    with others and start new conversations with different people. I thought that
    this was a great exercise because it gave many the opportunity to have a thorough
    conversation with another and find out interesting things about that person
    that you would’ve ...

    Out of the Prairies and into the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by quiltinlady on Jul 16, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... a candle in it for my birthday.

  • When I grew up in the San Joaquin Valley (before the California Aqueduct), the air was clear (and dry) enough to see the line of the Sierras running down the east side of the Valley for miles in either direction. On really nice days, we could also see the low humps of the Coast Range. As a child, having horizons that close and that clearly defined was just how things "should be." I found it disconcerting ...