Comfort Inn Central

401 East 58th Avenue, Denver, Colorado, 80216, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Denver Central area of Denver, is near Hammond's Candy Factory, Forney Transportation Museum, Denver Mountain Parks, and The Wynkoop.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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    Flying IAD-DEN

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Aug 01, 2012

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    ... open 30 minutes ago!

    As I ride the mobile lounge from the Main Terminal to Concourse D, I see on my smartphone that I’ve been issued Economy Class Seat 28E on United Flight 842 from IAD to SEA. Ugh, a middle seat in coach, but at least I got on the flight. There were only three seats open the last time I checked the load, so knew it would be a full flight.

    I reached Gate D23 sometime about 8:08 – I didn’t note ...

    The Last Leg and Epilogue

    A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Feb 21, 2012

    ... midnight and sleeping till about noon each day. That, along with the overnight in LAX on the return trip really seems to minimize our jetlag -- or else I am just getting used to it. Probably the worst part of the trip was the US PHL-MAD flight, and that was just because the flight was nearly full. We had the bulkhead which probably helps little D play around a bit, but is harder for me to sleep. But then again, I don't sleep well ...

    Mountain Biking

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jun 16, 2011

    ... again and get over the water bar, with perhaps a bit too much enthusiasm with the pull-up part.

    Next, Gary teaches me about going uphill. You need to put your weight forward and your elbows out. But when going downhill, you want your weight back and your arms straight (but not locked). And when going over bumps and rocks it is a good idea to keep your butt up off the seat as it helps you maintain control.

    We do a few exercises and I’m starting to get the hang ...