Posts Tagged ‘Things to do on vacation’

Best Off-Roading Trails in Colorado

  Navigation: Colorado State Forest Central City/Saint Mary’s Alpine Loop Imogene Pass Lizard Head Pass Kelly Flats   There are thousands and thousands of great and famous off-roading trails in the U.S. Whether you are a pro or a beginner, Colorado, fortunately, offers numerous excellent off-roading places which all fun and picturesque trails. With many…

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Where to Eat Burgers in Colorado

Navigation: Canyon City, Colorado Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Fort Collins, Colorado Sedalia, Colorado Aspen, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado Dinosaur, Colorado Colorado is a growing center for the farm-to-table cuisine movement with a strong commitment to organic and locally grown food. Many of the best Colorado burger joints offer local, grass-fed beef. The following is a list…

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Best Pizza Place in Colorado

Navigation: Amicas Pizza Pizzeria Rustica Bella Luna Pizzeria Big Bill’s New York Pizza Duca’s Neapolitan Pizza One of the most popular and delicious food: pizza. Available in all kinds of flavors and can be customized to suit each one’s taste buds or dietary needs, pizza is a food that everyone loves and craves. Whether you…

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The Finest Bars in All of Colorado

Navigation: PS Lounge Euclid Hall Ste. Ellie The Cigar Bar New Sheridan Bar Colorado is a Rocky Mountain state that honestly has it all. It’s home to some of the most picturesque landscapes in the entire United States. It’s a haven for thrilling recreational activities of all kinds. It even has some amazing bars for…

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Best Sandwich Shops In Colorado

Navigation: City & Country Deli & Sausage Backcountry Delicatessen Curtis Park Delicatessen Snarf’s Sandwiches Bob’s Diner Sandwiches…. Probably the most well-known, popular, and widely-eaten go-to lunch for many— especially those who are in a rush. Sandwiches are unquestionably humankind’s crowning culinary creation, with the given ability to transcend cultural differences. With basic ingredients, such as…

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Things to Remember when in Denver International Airport

Navigation: But what makes DEN so impressive? It’s unique architectural design Its eco-friendly initiatives Shopping strip Dining Options It’s proximity to the city center When your flight lands you to Denver International Airport, wasting time sitting on a cold bench would be just a thing of the past. Denver International Airport, DIA or popularly known…

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Best Burger Joints in Colorado

Navigation: Linger – Impossible Burger Park Burger 5280 Burger Bar Big Al’s Burgers & Dogs Penelope’s Old Time Burgers Empire Burger Crave Real Burgers According to Google, the definition of a burger is “a hamburger, beef burger or burger is a sandwich consisting of one or more cooked patties of ground meat, usually beef, placed…

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Does Denver have a Subway System?

  Navigation: Riding the bus around the city Riding the light rail The Airport Rail   Several years ago, Denver dreamed of a light rail system for the city’s metropolitan area. It aims to decongest the growing population of Denver which was starting to boom back then. For some reason, its construction never began as…

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Lake Superior Border

Navigation: Ontario Minnesota Wisconsin Michigan   Lake Superior named by the French as Lac Supérieur and by the Ojibwe tribe Gitchi-Gami has a size that is unparalleled. It is the largest and deepest of all the Great Lakes of North America. Considered as the largest freshwater in the world, it borders two countries – the…

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Things to do in Colorado Airport (Layover Edition)

  Navigation: Visit the SkyMarket Marvel at Public Art from local artists If spending the night in Denver   We get it; layovers are just a waste of precious vacation time.  But if you are one of the thousands of people heading to Denver International Airport, then here’s a list of good things to do…

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Colorado and Excellent Country Bars

Navigation: Copperhead Roast Bar & Nightclub Cowboy Lounge The Grizzly Rose Cowboys Stampede   Exploring bars in Colorado can be a joy. It can be particularly joyous to explore Colorado bars that have country western themes. If you want to find the best country western bars the Centennial State has to offer, be sure to…

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Denver Solar Eclipse

Navigation: Total Solar Eclipse Total Darkness   On the day of August 21st, 2017, Denver experienced the solar eclipse. For a brief moment, the day turned into night. As the street lights turned on in the middle of the day, animals, ranging from big to small, went into their nighttime routines and stars became visible.…

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What is Denver’s Climate

Navigation: Denver- A Well-known City Denver Weather   Found at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, the city of Denver is well known for its wide range of outdoor activities and for its picturesque view. Before it became the city we know and love today, Denver was a rough-and-rowdy mining town that had an ever-changing…

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Things to do in Denver during Spring

Navigation: History Colorado Center APEX Movement Hammonds Candy Factory Tour Mid-air Adventures Denver Museum of Nature & Science Hiking Tattered Cover Book Store Denver Botanic Gardens Colorado State Capitol Tour Farmers Market First Friday Art Walks   During spring, many students are on their spring-breaks and although the spring can still feel like winter in…

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Things to do in Denver

Navigation: Mount Evans Tour Multi-car 65 Mile Canyon Road Test Drive Elitch Gardens Theme Park Darkside of Denver Ghost Tours Downtown Denver Food Tour Denver Inside and Out Museums   With over 680,000 people, the capital city of Colorado, Denver, is full of activities that everyone with different interests can enjoy. Did you know that…

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What Makes Denver Colorado Unique?

Navigation: Culturally Inclined Residents The famous ‘LoDo’ More than just mountains Best Parks Nature Lover   Denver has its own distinct character from other big cities, but resting at the foothills of Rocky Mountain is what set Denver apart from other metropolitan cities in the country. The city rests on the prairie as the mountains…

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How is Denver, Colorado Unusual?

Navigation: You can dress down here. Denverites are pretty friendly. People can bike here because of the good weather. Denver is full of art and music. You can enjoy a variety of free-public park option. Denver has one of the most walkable downtowns in the US. Denver is near the mountains, not in them.  …

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Wyandotte

Navigation: The Many Treaties of Wyandot The House of George P. MacNichol Uniroyal Giant Tire The Lincoln Park in Michigan Pottery Creations Diamond Jack’s River Tours   Around 1732, the Wyandot Indians or Native Americans followed Antoine de Lamothe Cadillac and his French troops to Detroit, Michigan. Their tribes settled down and made their homes…

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City Westland

Navigation: Westland history Activities and Attractions 3 and UP Board Game Lounge Holliday Nature Preserve Sportway of Westland Westland Historic Village Park   Approximately 16 miles west of Detroit City, there sit Westland and its diverse cultural community. Westland is home to some of the most upscale residences. But one can also find lower-priced houses…

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West Bloomfield

Navigation: Beautiful lakes of West Bloomfield Activities Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum Marshbank Park Holocaust Memorial Center West Bloomfield Trail Experience Cooking   Officially called the Charter Township of West Bloomfield it’s often referred to as the “Lake Township of Oakland County” because of small and medium-sized lakes. The township itself is located within the Detroit…

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Troy

Navigation: Detroit Zoo Troy Museum and Historic Village Troy Family Aquatic Center Cranbrook House and Gardens   Troy is another city in the suburb of Detroit, Michigan. First settled in the early 19th century, its name was derived from Troy in New York where the first settlers previously resided. In 1955, Troy Township was incorporated…

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Saugatuck

Navigation: Fenn Valley Vineyards Mount Baldhead Oval Beach Saugatuck Chain Ferry   Over the past centuries, many consider Saugatuck as a hidden gem of art colony on the Kalamazoo River since the late 1800s. This lumber town continues to attract people of its own country laid-back charm and beautiful views of Lake Michigan. It offers…

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City Marquette

Navigation: Moosewood Nature Center Marquette Regional History Center Sugarloaf Mountain Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum Presque Isle Park   Because of its country charms and picturesque beauty, Marquette consistently ranks in the top 10 destinations to visits in the world. The place is perfect for young couples looking for a great adventure and family with little…

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City Chesterfield

Navigation: Here are some of the best tourist destination in Chesterfield Stahls Automotive Foundation Stony Creek Metropark George George Memorial Park Selfridge Military Air Museum Sanders and Morley Candy Makers   Chesterfield Charter Township formed out of a portion of Macomb Township and part of the Metro Detroit area. As of 2010 census, the town…

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