Denver International Youth Hostel

Address: 630 E. 16th Ave., Denver, Colorado, 80203, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Downtown area of Denver, is near Molly Brown House Museum, Vance Kirkland Museum, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, and Fillmore Auditorium.
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    On the way to Omaha

    A travel blog entry by magpie1 on Oct 20, 2014

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    Up early to catch our flight from Oklahoma to Denver to Omaha. Got to Denver and were told no seats for you - and furthermore no seats on the next (and last flight)! Our bags would go, since they were on the flight - too bad about clothes / toiletries for next day. A change occurred when the supervisor stepped up, looked at the screen and said to her staff member "this should never have happened. Two people will have to be taken ...

    Colorado Children's day 2

    A travel blog entry by danwalsh on Oct 30, 2013

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    ... mash and gravy as this is a traditional dish; it was really good and had so much flavour. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 13 Number of States visited; 5 Number of hospitals visited; 7 Days spent at conference; 5 Number of journeys via aeroplane; 7 (7297 mileage miles) Number of train journeys; 1 (109 miles-as the crow flies) Number of bus journeys; 25 Maximum temperature; 32 degrees Minimum temperature; -2 ...

    On the road again-Colorado Springs

    A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jun 01, 2013

    ... glad we dressed warmly and brought our jackets - it was quite cold at the summit. You have about 30 mins. up top, enough time to take in the sites, hit the bathroom (train has none) and walk through the gift shop. We had taken aspirin (regular for me, baby for the grandson) before boarding the train and sipped water all the way up so we had no problem with the altitude. We did see a small herd of deer on the way down as they crossed right in front of us.


    Prepping for Departure

    A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Aug 20, 2012

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... Kingdom, obtained by the UK in 1841 during the First Opium War. In 1997 British authorities officially handed Hong Kong over to China. China was pretty smart and let Hong Kong remain a privately regulated, free market. Hong Kong is now a capitalist economy and is considered to be a financial superpower. There is a saying in China, “一国两制 " (yiguoliangzhi), which means "One country, two systems". HK's economic and government systems ...

    The Highest Paved Road in the United States

    A travel blog entry by barbanded on Jul 24, 2012

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    ... his very colorful, highly succinct, regards for the intelligence of a legislature that would pass such a completely stupid insult to adult dignity.

    From Central City we ventured a few miles farther into the Rockies, to the small town of Evergreen. There we feasted at BeauJos, the home of the Colorado pizza, and that earned from Ed five stars as the best he's ever tasted.

    Our next adventure took us to Red Rocks Park, 35 miles west ...