Residence Inn by Marriott Denver West / Golden
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 ...
... an entourage: the family, nanny and tutor (me), 4 band members, the tour manager and the support act (two young girls). I've met them all and seen them quite often in the hotel lobby but this will be my first opportunity to actually say more than hello to any of them. This is the first time that they have had two consecutive nights off and the show tomorrow isn't a flight away so they are all feeling quite chilled for a change.
... German immigrants Adolph Coors and Jacob Schueler established a brewery in Golden Colorado. Coors invested $2,000 in the operation, and Schueler invested $18,000. In 1880, Coors bought out his partner and became the sole owner of the brewery. During Prohibition, the Coors Brewing Company managed to survive relatively intact. Years before, the ...
... Kingdom, obtained by the UK in 1841 during the First Opium War. In 1997 British authorities officially handed Hong Kong over to China. China was pretty smart and let Hong Kong remain a privately regulated, free market. Hong Kong is now a capitalist economy and is considered to be a financial superpower. There is a saying in China, “一国两制 " (yiguoliangzhi), which means "One country, two systems". HK's economic and government systems ...