Melbourne International Hotel & Hostel

Address: 607 22nd St, Denver, Colorado, 80205-2814, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Downtown area of Denver, is near Larimer Square, Gray Line Tours, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, and Holy Ghost.
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        Travel Blogs from Denver

        Red Rocks and Blue Bears

        A travel blog entry by geethaooi on Sep 07, 2015

        1 comment, 21 photos

        ... of this city 'with a cosy feel' showing us the Denver Performing Arts Centre, the 16th Street Mall and especially the Convention Centre just to view the giant blue bear peering into the glass fasćade (part of the city's outdoor Public Art collection)
        One event that 'happens in Denver, stays in Denver' is a visit to the 'Good Chemistry' store.

        On our way to the airport for ...

        How's denva i? - little edie

        A travel blog entry by svanderleek on Jun 13, 2015

        ... done. Then the people came. At 5:00, Dave and Hillary and family, Valentina and Kip's families came and Justin (singer in The Okee Dokee brothers) and his sister Haley came ( they were family friend of Valentina's family). First we were outside eating snacks and playing while the men grilled the chicken and Mom and AA made the rest of the food. Then the rain and hail came. ...


        A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Mar 12, 2015

        1 photo

        ... which has been ravaged by deforestation, volcanic eruptions, landslides, hurricanes, and earthquakes, and yet remains fertile and beautiful. I especially admired the resillience of the women-practicing ttheir traditional crafts to maintain their heritage, and learning new skills to make a better life for their children. They so often were laughing, whether learning to read, peddling cloth in the park, sharing a story with ...

        A septuagenarian is born

        A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on May 24, 2014

        28 photos

        ... to Colorado Springs only to discover that a storm had hit the town and dumped golf ball-sized hail stones that covered the streets.
        In the evening we had dinner with Jayne's Aunt Dorothy, Uncle Roy and two of their daughters, Mary-Ellen and Joy.
        Before leaving Colorado Springs we decided to visit the Garden of Gods Park, which features towering red rock formations. The photos speak ...

        Train journey across America -Part 1 - Denver

        A travel blog entry by spicerrtw on Mar 27, 2014

        2 comments, 24 photos

        ... the train we passed a few hours viewing forests and hills with snowy mountains in the background before we got to the Rocky Mountains themselves. And Rockies are just fabulous! The train made its way through gorges, through mountain passes, alongside rivers, alongside deserted roads, alongside sheer cliffs that towered upwards. The rock formations were fascinating, just as we always imagined Colorado landscapes to be. In places the track wound around tight curves to follow ...