Baymont Inn and Suites Denver International Airport

6805 N. Argonne Street, Denver, Colorado, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Northeast Denver area of Denver, is near Cherry Creek State Recreation Area, Mt. Shavano Fish Hatchery, Fitzsimons Golf Course, and Springhills Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Denver

    A Few Parting Thoughts on Japan and China

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on May 10, 2014

    ... to cleanliness and hygiene, and even the smallest, most out of the way hotel we stayed in was a picture of cleanliness.
    The food is impeccably presented, with an amazing emphasis on freshness, organic preparation, the importance of each ingredient, and uniqueness of flavors. The people are incredibly kind and provide what is arguably the most attentive service in the world. We love the emphasis on how things are presented, how napkins are ...

    The Sixth Day (Denver)

    A travel blog entry by isabellerose13 on Dec 24, 2013

    We woke up and went upstairs to have some really nice pancakes for breakfast. Then Dad, Chris and I went to Jax and then the lab. Jax was a outdoors store which sold fishing gear and bait which is what we needed to get. Near the car park there was a field where there were heaps of really cute prairie dogs digging holes on the ground and wagging their little tails. Then we went to the university where Chris worked at to feed some of his ...

    Trying to leave

    A travel blog entry by lucysureoffoot on Jul 13, 2013

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    ... he was well ****** off and rude ( as though we were to blame) umm ... we were not feeling friendly to him either! That apart, the landscape en route was stunning the magnificent Rockies and huge swathes of pine forests -passing through cattle and mining country and then a gradual route into canyons -with high up forest areas still smouldering . Was also galling that we learned ( the hard way ) that the bus driver was a rookie and thus lost his way ...

    Wise words from Charley

    A travel blog entry by klouderback on Jun 14, 2013

    ... attack and where you need to lighten up the resistance in order to keep your legs from getting overly fatigued. The first 17 miles or loop 1 of the circuit is a rolling flat. You can take advantage of this part of the course to get warmed up from the swim and to gain some recovery from the big loop. The second loop of the circuit is a bit deceiving as you feel like you are climbing when going out, but you do have some descending that will surprise you as ...

    Taking up the Challenges

    A travel blog entry by evanacuna on Oct 15, 2012

    Understanding the culture at the University of Denver, and acclimating to the new lifestyle that I was going to begin was a tough experience and a difficult transition. When I first thought of college, I thought that it was going to be a cakewalk. I was the big dog in high school and so I thought that it was going to be just like high school, but with more parties and hopefully cuter girls. When I actually came to DU I got a different impression. No longer was ...