Aurora, Colorado makes an ideal location to stay when visiting the greater Denver area. Close enough to Denver almost to be considered part of the city, yet with its own distinct personality, Aurora has all…Read More
Pueblo, Colorado has a rich history that dates back to the 1870s when the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad first came to town. While it has since been modernized, tributes to that history can be…Read More
When it comes to bed and breakfasts, they tend to have a somewhat subdued nature, oftentimes airing towards earthy tones and décor from eras gone by. On the other hand, there are times when establishments,…Read More
Being that it is a small mountain town, you’ll probably find your vacation to Idaho Springs is mainly focused on hitting the slopes to ski or snowboard. While this is all well and good, you’re…Read More
Rare and antique cars have always been as much a part of any Clive Cussler novel as the dastardly villains, the beautiful women and the fantastic plots, such as raising the sunken luxury liner Titanic.…Read More
What’s with the Dalmatians? Here’s another one, printed on the Children’s Gallery Guide. He is a funny looking cartoon dog carrying a water hose and wearing a firefighter’s helmet. “I need one just like him,”…Read More
I don’t remember the last time I wanted to buy fresh octopus, but there it was right in front of me, the tentacles wrapping around each other like a thick, fleshy ball of yarn. A…Read More
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