Castle Marne Bed And Breakfast

1572 Race St., Denver, Colorado, 80206, United States
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Getting to Coors Field from DIA

by Evie5

What is the best way to get to Coors Field from DIA and back to DIA after the game? I will be flying in just for a World Series game and leaving directly afterwards. I will not be renting a car and would prefer not to take a taxi. I have not been able to find specifics on the 'net. Also, since it will probably be very late by the time the game ends, will public transportation still be running? Thanks!

Re: Getting to Coors Field from DIA

by bocmaxima

Denver has a "skyRide" that goes to DIA from various parts of Denver Metro. It's $8. It's slow though: about one hour from Downtown. Looks like it stops at 11:30pm on weekdays (the closest stop is Market Street Station). What day is the game?
Maybe you could plan on public transit back and take a taxi if you don't make that last bus. No telling when the game will end, right?
http://www.rtd-denver.com/

Re: Getting to Coors Field from DIA

by OiKnow

The airport is a long way out from the city. There are tons of shuttle van services running. A taxi will cost a little more then twice what the shuttle vans cost (hence three people traveling together, it is cheaper to take a taxi unless the van cuts you a deal.) Taxi's and Vans run pretty much around the clock, though they may charge a premium late at night or very early in the morning. There is also a public bus that runs to the airport. Check the airport website. You might also check the stadium website to see if they have any special transportation running. The streetcar will make it's way to the airport SOMEDAY!

David

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See the parks. Washingon...

by MetzgerZoo

See the parks. Washingon Park, City Park and Cheeseman Park are all old, lush and beautiful. The mountain views are spectacular in the morning, especially on sunny windy days that blow the smog away.

Architecture - Union Station

by Toughluck

Denver's Union Station was constrcuted to consolidate rail acitivy in the City and to replace the 4 separate stations. This 1880 Italianate style is built of Colorado Rhyolite and sandstone.

Measurements:
Length: 504 feet
Height: 128 feet (tower)

Designer: William E. Taylor of Kansas City.

Expanded in 1892 to 880 feet.

A fire burned down the central section on March 18, 1894. It was replaced by a Van Brunt & Howe (Kansas City). IN 1914, this section was replaced with the existing Neoclassical section.

"synopsis of the Lower Downtown Walking tour plaque" For more images, see my Union Station travelogue

The Molly Brown's House Museum

by OlenaKyiv


Briefly about Molly Brown
Molly Brown (or Margaret) was born in Hannibal, Missouri, in 1867. When she was 18 years old she moved to Leadville CO with her sister, brother-in-law, and brother. To provide for living she worked in Fisher & Smith sewing and selling carpets. Molly intended to marry a rich man. Her future husband JJ was not a rich when they married, but as Molly said she married him for love. They stayed in Leadville for a while, she gave a birth to two children. JJ's successful venture in business made him reach, as Molly dreamt about. In 1894 Browns moved to Denver, first renting a home and then moved into the house on Pennsylvania Street. The house was already 5 years old. It had electric lights, a telephone, indoor plumbing, and forced heat and air.

In Denver, Molly had an active life in philanthropy and women's activities. She was the member of numerous clubs, including Denver Woman's Club, which had a gaol of improving women's daily lives and moral character primary through education and philanthropy. She also studied literature and languages in Carnegie Institute in New York.

In 1909 Margaret and JJ's marriage fall apart. From divorce she received house on Pennsylvania Street, $700 a month.

After divorce Margaret went into travels. She was in Japan, Egipt, Europe. Not so many women of those years traveled as much as Molly did.

She died in 1932 at the age of sixty-five from brain tumor.

Timeline of Important Events in the Life of Molly Brown

Surviving the Mile High City

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Denver is a bit higher then most people are use to, I find my family and friends from the other parts of the world get a bit tired more easily then the locals, Bottled water is a must if you plan on walking around. The tap water is fine to drink too. Another must even for us locals is lip balm and lotion as sometimes the winter dryness can be brutal!

Riverside Cemetery

by Yorick12

Riverside Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Denver, founded in 1876. It occupies a 77-acres on Brighton Blvd. Hundreds of local historical figures are buried here. These include congressman James B. Belford (1837 - 1910), Hiram Pitt Bennet (1826 - 1914), Henry P. H. Bromwell (1823 - 1903), ,Job Adams Cooper (1843 - 1899), Colorado governors John Evans (1814 - 1897), Frederick Walker Pitkin (1837 - 1886), John Long Routt (1826 - 1907), early baseball pros John Bass and Oliver Marcelle and many others. Sadly the cemetery is falling into a state of disrepair due to lack of funding.

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Address: 1572 Race St., Denver, Colorado, 80206, United States