Baymont Inn And Suites Denver West/Federal Center
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... but as Oscar pointed out, you could clearly see 'Downtown Denver' (called LoDo around here) with the sky-rise buildings amongst more sprawl.
The best part of this visit for both Oscar and I happened as we were sitting on the café terrace eating chips and our packed lunch. Above our heads was a hummingbird feeder and it was constantly visited by a few hummingbirds. I tried to take photos but found it hard with the sun on the lens ...
... in the world. There is a parking lot not far from the brewery where you can catch a free bus to the brewery. The brewery tour is free (the best part). The tour of the brewery is an audio tour. It takes 30-45 minutes and explains what you are seeing while in the brewery and also some of the history behind it. It is very similar to other tours of breweries like ...
... and for us to nosh on. Oh, they are so NOT yummy when they thaw out! Yes, we are trying to be very healthy! Yes, and we also brought a case of water! Works for lunch... until we get to dinner out!
Then, off on the Kansas roads where on I-70 we had 75 and 70 mph speed limits, so we traveled pretty quickly on the roads with lots of bales of hay, some development with, of course, McDonald's. Also, quite a few wineries in Kansas! And, unusual museums, ...
... the batallion commanders who got stuck in one of the twin towers, and how he survived it all - very interesting read. Once in denver, we got to the car rental place and were kinda pushed into getting an upgrade to a better cat. In hindsight not sure this was the best idea, but there we go... The result is we ended up with a jeep - yes, we got a jeep...!! Not too bad to drive, the steering is incredibly light, ...
... is both less crowded and more genuine than the more popular resort communities to the west.
This former silver mining camp along Clear Creek in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains was established in 1859 during the Pike's Peak Gold Rush. The federally designated Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic District comprises Georgetown, the neighboring Town of Silver Plume, and the Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad ...