Hampton Inn Denver West / Golden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Denver, and the building and the decorations seem to bear out this claim. They also claim to hold Colorado Liquor License # 1 that hangs over the upstairs hand-carved oak bar that was built in 1857. Adjacent to the bar is a parlor decorated in Victorian furniture where we relaxed with a pre-dinner drink, and some of the furniture looked to be actual period ...
... is a professor at the university and teaches about marine, we fed some catfish some worms and saw some horses, sheep and buffaloes. We came back and had some lunch and a babysitter came to watch us while Mum, Dad, Chris and Gail went on a Brewery tour. We just hung out for a while until all the parents came back. Then we went to a christmas eve church service, there wasn't enough room in the main church so we went in a room underneath the ...
... us). To our surprise it was the laid back guy behind the counter. We both thought, oh, no. To our surprise, he was an excellent tour guide and we thoroughly enjoyed the tour.
It was exciting to go back stage. We stood in the room where the Beatles have sat, Bob Dylan, The Moody Blues and many, many other groups and individuals have performed.
After we finished the tour, we decided to go into Golden for ...
Holly: We're up early and drive the hour out to our dude ranch just to get an advance view of our destination tomorrow. A beautiful drive around Lake Vellicito including some dirt and gravel roads. But beautiful country surrounded by National Forest land.
Then to Durango for a walk around and an outdoor lunch at a cafe. Some additional Durango views then to the campground that Ronnie and I stayed ...
... of room to run around. I met a Venezuelan on his way to Caracas. He was a well to do landowner who had a ranch of aver 15,000 acres at the base of the Andes. Part of it he used for a macadamia nut farm, the other part was for running cattle. We talked at length about politics in Venezuela and the direction the country had taken since the election of Hugo Chavez. I was in Venezuela right after Chavez was first elected, and it is my impression ...