Denver Marriott West
Travel Blogs from Golden
... br> Coors Plant (of course)
Buffalo Bill Museum
Red Rock Amphitheater
Visit Barb in Denver
Visit Noell in Denver
Visit John, Debbie, Paula, Beth & Ricco in Fort Collins
Visit the Celestial Seasonings factory
Visit the Boulder Beer Brewing Company
Nola & Stuart have a cousin they also want to visit in Denver
A lot of things are on our list but we will make it an ol' college try to get all of this done while we are here.
... at points has a dense forest . The route we took using the I-70 had the Colorado River run along much of the interstate. It is June and in the higher elevations, especially in Vail and north of Vail, there were still patches of snow. We tried to get a campsite in both Vail and Breckenridge, didn't work, either no vacancy or much to expensive. So we are heading to Golden, Co. To see if we can extend our reservation to cover ...
... went into effect nationwide, Adolph Coors with sons Adolph Jr., Grover, and Herman established the Adolph Coors Brewing and Manufacturing Company, which included Herold Porcelain and other ventures. The brewery itself was converted into a malted milk and near beer production facility. Coors sold much of the malted milk to the Mars candy company for ...
... my two bags to Anchorage, but the real delay this morning was at the security checkpoint. I went downstairs to the Dulles Checkpoint, which often has a short line and is quicker than using the regular security checkpoint. But the Dulles Checkpoint was terrible this morning – a long line and only one of the two x-ray machines was open. The second machine was opened just as I reached the bins to put my things into at the first machine. Could have used ...
19 degrees this morning and super windy. The check engine light came on in the Jeep so we woke up early and took it in to get looked at. Luckily it seemed to just be a misfire. We had it reset and we were on our way.
We drove all day and arrived in Denver at about 5 pm. My first impressions of Denver were awesome. What a beautiful city! I loved the cozy feel, and ...