Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Tech Center
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... Douglas fir, prairie land and woodlands.
This evening Hannah had organised for us to visit the Coolest Room in Town, Lannie's ClockTower Cabaret, beneath the ClockTower, 16th St Mall at Arapahoe. It is a small
intimate venue. Lannie Garrett arranges acts from all over including National Touring Acts, big Bands, Blues, Dragtastic Comedy Revues and Burlesque/vaudeville nights.
The show tonight was called Songbird Music Showcase-Women ...
... Times, bought the 3,000-acre property in 1914 for $100,000, and named it "Ken-Caryl" after his sons, Kent and Carroll.
Time passed, and in 1971, the Johns-Manville Corporation purchased the property to develop a master-planned community. It was sold to the Martin Marietta Astronautics Group in 1987. The remaining housing lots were sold to individual developers and home building was almost complete by 1997. ...
... like the apocalypse approaching. Pancake stacks, looking like alien motherships that are backlit against the most amazing lightning shows. The feeling of inflow rushing past you into the storm. Ive never felt so alive and so much like ive found my calling in life. The group of people in our merry band is an eclectic but good mix of people. We are having a great time, travelling, learning, singing and generally mucking about. I will be doing this again, there is no doubt about it. Rai ...
Arrived in Denver with no hiccups; Alaska Airlines does know how to move people. Sitting at the airport looking out the window reminds me of Calgary - this place is flat! Definitely in the prairies cuz they have signs for tornado shelters throughout the airport. Sat next to a Denverite who was coming home from Seattle. He spent two days there celebrating his mom's 102nd birthday. She wound up having to go to the hospital because she partied too much. We should be so ...
... has a quaint southwestern-type feel to it. It sort of reminds me of being in an airport straight out of the 70s or 80s, yet oddly charming. There is a small food court with a few things to choose from. A few shops here and there. The floor is red brick which also adds to that southwestern feel. Best of all, curbside to gate takes no more than 10-15 minutes. I love smaller airports. When I landed in Denver, we came into Concourse A, which is Frontier. ...