Melbourne International Hotel & Hostel

Address: 607 22nd St., Denver, Colorado, 80205, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Downtown area of Denver, is near Larimer Square, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Gray Line Tours, and Holy Ghost.
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      A travel blog entry by r.zwarteveen on Jul 19, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      Met een kwartier vertraging mocht het dan eindelijk zover zijn: mijn langverwachte trip naar Amerika was eindelijk van start gegaan. Na twee tussenlandingen in Londen en Chicago had ik eindelijk de grond van Colorado onder mijn voeten. De beveilingingsprocedures waren goed aanwezig, maar ik heb vaak niet lang hoeven te wachten en men deed totaal …

      Hanging out in Colorado

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 19, 2014

      1 comment

      ... whether I want to travel Europe with Stockholm as my base and meet a lot of other travelers, or if I want to try to learn as much Swedish I can and make local friends. My parents said not to try to do too much. I guess they are right. It's just that as a medical student I've been trained and brainwashed to maximize my time...! Anyway, check out my Lagom blog for my adventures in Sweden! Thanks for tuning in ...

      3:25am and waiting for breakfast

      A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 03, 2014

      3 photos

      ... trip of a little under 2,500 miles!

      The rental company quickly replaced this with a brand new white Ford Edge with 4,000 on the clock and we were on our way (minus headlights). Some expert navigation on my part meant that the short journey to the motel went without a hitch, even if we did get shouted at for having no headlights on!

      Arriving at the motel we suddenly realised that we'd left a bag behind which contained all of our ...

      A "Rockie" Start

      A travel blog entry by montanaguys on Jun 18, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... most of the plane was boarded, a flight attendant came by with her assessing eye and scanned our group. She bit her lip, and then frowned.

      “Ma’am, you can’t have a baby seat in the row in front of the exit row.”

      I just stared at her. What? What did she just say? What does it mean? Can I just ignore her until she goes away?

      “Ma’am, we are going to have to move you.”

      No, no, no. Maybe I can just hit her ...

      Jim & June's Odyssey - Denver, CO

      A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Nov 03, 2013

      ... mosaic works but most famous for its numerous
      soda water fountains and therapudic bath houses). Manitou was hit by the same wall of water
      that tumbled vehicles down the street, toppled trees, smashed houses, severely
      damaged business, plugged creeks and in its wake, left mounds of mud and
      boulders....everywhere. Sandbags are
      still stockpiled. They're still cleaning up!

      Centuries ago, Pueblo
      Indians constructed the Manitou ...