Hampton Inn Boulder / Louisville

Address: 912 West Dillon Road, Louisville, Colorado, 80020, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Westminster/Thornton area of Louisville, is near Eldorado Canyon, Banjo Billy's Bus Tours, Avery Brewing Company, and Flatirons Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Louisville

    Almost there

    A travel blog entry by sopeg on Jun 28, 2014

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    ... 2 treadmills and an elliptical), we looked up breweries in the area. This area is loaded with good beer and we set out to find some. We drove to the "old historic" part of Louisville, planning to go to the 12 Degree Brewing Company. We discovered that this little small town area has a street fair every Friday night with a live band. We ate at a place across the street called Waterloo where one of the beers that Max recommended was the happy hour ...

    The Sixth Day (Denver)

    A travel blog entry by isabellerose13 on Dec 24, 2013

    ... had a mini mass. After church we picked up a couple of things from Whole Foods Market so mum and dad could cook dinner. They made meatballs, they were really nice. Then we drove to a park with lots of Christmas lights and walked around in the cold looking at all the pretty lights. We drove back home and Skyped the family, it was really nice to see everybody and wish them merry Christmas. Everybody went to bed excited for the following ...

    Friends in high places!

    A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Oct 13, 2013

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    ... are not art-friendly: the museum is required to build false walls to hang the art (since the building’s walls are not perpendicular to the floor)! Sigh. I’m sure it looked good on paper.

    The building is across the street from the Denver Library building, which was designed by Michael Graves, who built the public works building I visited in Portland. The Denver building came later in his career ...

    LoDo - Denver - The Rockies

    A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Aug 01, 2013

    ... stoner shop assistant and we ate dinner in the brew-pub under my hosts loft, formerly owned by the governor, where I enjoyed the local delicacies of buffalo burger and Rocky Mountain oyster stout (brewed on site). Rocky Mountain oysters are bull testicles which are freshly sliced and roasted before being put in the barrel. Apparently the stout has a luscious mouth feel and roasty dry finish, but I didn't taste any balls at all, and mainly appreciated it because it's ...

    Last day in New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by taniaporter on Mar 07, 2013

    1 comment

    ... will be to look at culturally appropriate resources for the program. We talked about the great work in some of our communities and discussed the possibilities of organizing an exchange for the two communities. What an experience, we committed to both pursuing funding options and I am very excited about making this a reality. We thought we would look at skype as an option to start to introduce some conversations between Cherbourg and Acoma about ...