Born and raised in Chicago, IL. Moved to Colorado for college and lived there for 7 years. I also lived in Sydney Australia for 6 months and now I'm living in Stockholm, Sweden.
Well there's Loveland Ski Resort before all the major ones in Summit county. It is very small but you won't have to wait in line. The less crowded ones that are still apart of the major ones are Winter Park/Mary Jane and A-Basin (aka Arapahoe Basin). almost 8 years ago
We are planning a stay in central Sydney. Can anyone recommend a comfortable hotel for around AU $120 per night for a double with ensuite?
Try Vibe Hotel (Milsons Point is right over the harbour bridge) almost 8 years ago
I have a 8 hour lay over in Denver is that enough time to go downtown and what's do do there thanks ken
Agreed on the transportation time to/from the airport. More Central Business Dostrict/Tourist: Larimer square has a lot of restaurants and coffee shops but if you go to 16th street mall (right on the same corner) there's a lot of shops (it's an outdoor mall), restaurants, and right behind it is the big blue bear. There's an I Love Colorado store on the second floor of the mall that displays artwork and small souvenirs from local artists so you can skip the tourist shops and buy something unique. More of the Locals way: There are red bicycle rental bike stations all over town. You can reserve in advance. Just hop on a bike and see the city really quick (head towards 15th and Platte to the Denver Beer Company and the highlands. The highlands is a really cool place (not to be confused with highlands ranch). West highlands: 32nd and Lowell has boutiques, bars, and is more of the locals hangout. LoHi aka lower highlands is right above the Denver Beer Company and I suggest going to Little Man Ice Cream or try the best sandwich in town at Masterpiece Delicatessen. There's also Amatos brew house rooftop to see awesome views of Denver but I don't recommend eating here. almost 8 years ago
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