When people think of Colorado ski towns, they picture snow-capped mountains made up of powder and fun. Along with some of the best skiing in the world, these ski towns also host winter festivals that are an annual must see.
Downtown Denver comes alive during the holidays. There are some amazing activities downtown that will turn up the fun and light up interests.
There are some great places right outside of Denver for people suffering from holiday stress to relax and rejuvenate before or after their planned holiday activities.
Whether visitors are trapped due to a layover or in a rush to grab something edible, it is a challenge to find decent dining at an airport. Thankfully, Denver International Airport offers some amazing restaurants that help weary travelers forget that they’re in an airport.
Denver boasts a number of historic bed and breakfast inns with gorgeous architecture and plush accommodations.
Visitors and locals alike have must-see attractions in Denver that are well worth the hype.
For out-of-staters visiting Colorado relatives for the holidays or those just flocking to the Mile High City from other parts of the state, there’s plenty to do and see during Thanksgiving weekend.
Set aside some time to unwind with a few days at Denver’s best hotels or bed and breakfasts. Thanks to prices available for most any pocketbook, a weekend of luxury is only minutes away.
“For about $200 I purchased the pass allowing two days of unlimited train, boat, bus, cog railway, and gondola traffic through central Switzerland,” Rick Sallinger writes in a blog entry about his summer travels.
The Mile High City offers some amazing venues that will hopefully produce the all-important answer of “yes.”