Oakwood Copper Ridge

Address: 240 South McCaslin Blvd., Louisville, Colorado, 80027, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 240 South McCaslin Blvd., Louisville, is near Eldorado Canyon, Banjo Billy's Bus Tours, Avery Brewing Company, and Mile High Gliding.
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Travel Blogs from Louisville

Almost there

A travel blog entry by sopeg on Jun 28, 2014

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... it was nearly sold out. It was also one of the ones on Max's list, so we got that too. It is from the Russian River Valley in Sonoma, its too bad we didn't know to look for it when we were there! It was a fun way to spend our last night.

Before we left Moab we drove through a little of Arches National Park. We didn't want to spend the time to get to "Delicate Arch" which is the most famous one, but I did take some pictures which I will attach here. ...

Chicago - Erie (Denver)

A travel blog entry by redaly67 on Sep 06, 2013

... we had a lot of trouble picking up our next hire car with Fox rentals. After an hour it was sorted and they upgraded our car from a corolla to a Chevy Malibu V6 with cruise control including leather trim and heated seats. Automatic too. Took us about half hr to get to Don and Misha's place in Erie. Spent the next few hours getting to know each other. Lovely night and lovely people.

Day 8 Denver to Boulder CO

A travel blog entry by analegge on Jun 25, 2013

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... then we were back into pine forests with mountain backdrop until we reached Nederland. A very alternative town which was maintaining the older style mining town buildings and an interesting covered bridge. We had iced coffee under an umbrella at a little cafe surrounded by wired people. It looked like cannabis was sold in the shop next door. Maybe it's legal here I don't know. Then we drove down the steep Boulder Canyon with the fast flowing river beside us and rock climbers ...

Broken Appliance National Forest

A travel blog entry by doctormick on May 03, 2013

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... along gravel roads in the dark. I opted instead for the Colorado National Monument which is a national park in all but name and is just off the motorway.

On the way I stopped twice for gas and food and saw two curious things. At the first stop the man who took my money had a name badge and his name was "Mister" – he was wearing denim dungarees and reminded my of Uncle Jesse so I think the ...

Home, sweet home.

A travel blog entry by zaidngreg on Aug 19, 2012

So, in true Greg Style, I managed to schedule my vacation after a truly grueling several weeks of work, including a solid 7-day work week of 12 hour days working mainly in the 110F Arizona Sun working on a new solar plant.

Got back to Denver just long enough to hang out with some friends, do laundry, and realize how far behind on everything I really am. Whatever. It's time for traveling.


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