Extended Stay America Denver Park Meadows

8752 South Yosemite Street, Lone Tree, Colorado, Denver, Colorado, 80124, United States
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Connection Time - Is it Enough?

by Graciej

We are flying to Costa Rica in a couple of weeks. We originally booked flights on Frontier that gave us plenty of time to make our connection in Denver. They've canceled our original flight and now have us on a flight that allows 43 minutes to make our flight to Costa Rica. We are nervous about missing that connection, but the airline says the minimum connection time is 25 minutes and we should be "just fine". What do you think? THanks.

Re: Connection Time - Is it Enough?

by virtual786

If the airline says that you have enough time to make your connection, make them say it in writing and let them pay the price if anything does wrong. If you are put in the back of the plane, it could take 15 minutes to get off the plane. How often do planes leave and arrive on time? If there is any chance of anything going wrong....it will go wrong.

Re: Connection Time - Is it Enough?

by OiKnow

Are both flights on the same airline? If not I would be concerned about checked bags making the connection, Denver is an airport that generally requires 60 minutes for checked bags to make a flight. 43 minutes generally works for a connection if everything is on time, but I would loose sleep on that tight of a connection to an international flight. A 20 minute delay and you are likely to either miss the connecton or arrive at your desintation without your luggage. You would be better off spending an extra couple of hours in Denver if they can move you to an earlier flight. The idea of a 25 minute connection in a major airport being enough time is silly, you are expected on board 15-25 minutes before departure time or most airlines will give away our seat to a standby passenger.

David

Re: Connection Time - Is it Enough?

by Jamesr3939

I agree on getting more time, not for you, but for the bags. With only 43 minutes in Denver, their history of bag handling is not the best, I would be real concerned that my bags wouldn't make it to the connection. If you are going to be at a location in Costa Rica for a few days and don't mind waiting, your bags will probably catch up with you the next day.

I think that amount of time is fine for you to make the flight, if all goes on time. But just being 15-20 minutes late on your departure will not be good.

If you are booked Froniter or a code share all the way through that is a little better as they might hold the Costa Rica flight a few minutes for you.

There is plenty of stuff to do in Denver airport so a couple of hours isn't that bad.

Travel Tips for Denver

Visit Denver's 16th Street...

by BHGodfrey

Visit Denver's 16th Street Mall, a 17 block long street downtown that was converted to pedestrian and shuttle traffic in 1982, and continues to be a popular and central location from which many of the central entertainment venues are easily accessed. My fondest memory of Denver, was our 2000-2001 New Year's Celebrations. The entirety of the tall buildings along the 16th Street Mall were rigged with fireworks by the same man who rigged the Eiffel Tower in Paris the previous year. It was SPECTACULAR. I also remember the week in 1993, when the Pope and the President came for World Youth Day celebrations. The entire city was permeated with a sense of electricity I never felt before. Although I am not Catholic, it was an exciting experience. Denver was also fortunate in 1997 to host the G8 Summit of world leaders for a weekend, and I was never able to drive anywhere without seeing a sign of the historic event happening blocks from my home.

Flying into Denver gives great...

by JeanCooke

Flying into Denver gives great mountain vistas. Glue yourself to the window for stunning scenery. I took this out the airplane window. Hearing Pavoratti in concert in the Mile High City. I will see Pavoratti anywhere! His voice is still the best around.

Byers-Evans House Museum

by OlenaKyiv

A house was built in 1883 by Rocky Mountain News publisher Williams Byers and sol in 18889 to the family of William Gray Evans, an officer of the Denver Tramway Company and Colorado governor's son.

The museum preserves the original furniture, dishes, things of the house's owners. You can take a giude tour at 11:00am, 12.30 pm and 2 pm.

Address: 1310 Bannock Street, Denver Colorado (right behind art museum)

House hours:
Open daily except Mondays, from 11 am to 3 pm

Phone 303-620-4933

Admission cost:
Adults: $5, Seniors (65+) and Students with IDL $4, Children (6-12):$3, Children under 6 - free

Denver/Boulder area drivers...

by mindfry

Denver/Boulder area drivers are pretty terrible. Just a warning for those coming into the city with cars. The use of turn signals is seen as a sign on weakness. Right of way at a stop sign intersection is 'me first.' Passive-aggressive driving is the norm (you pass somebody on a divided highway, they speed up, try to cut you off and then give YOU the finger, like YOU'VE done something wrong). On the plus side, right of way to pedestrians is generally good and, even though we are having a huge problem with guns right now, road-rage caused shootings aren't a problem. Cultural tip: just be on the alert when you drive here, I always sort of assume that anything could happen at anytime without any warning and I have no problems.

Run/Walk/Bike/Fish/Chill in Washington Park

by tejanasueca

Washington Park, or just "Wash Park," is located just 10-15min south of downtown, and even though I-25 passes just to the south of the park, it has a very relaxing atmosphere. The park is located in a calm neighborhood and is a favorite location for people living in the area, and other parts of Denver, to have picnic, play sports, ride your bike, rollerblade, run, or walk. It has a two mile paved bike/rollerblade path, and a slightly longer dirt walk/jogging path. There are a couple of small water gatherings with fish in it, play areas, picnic tables, and shady trees. There are plenty of grills in the park that you can use on a first come first serve basis. However, you can also reserve a picnic area (about $40), and if somebody shows up that have done so, you have to move (personally, there has never been a time where there has been no room even if I didn't reserve a spot).

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