Hyatt Summerfield Suites Denver Airport

18741 East 71st Street, (opening July 18, 2010), Denver, Colorado, 80249, United States
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Engagement ring time - looking for some nice areas / jewelry stores near downtown Denver

by beatchfre


I'll be in Denver this weekend and my girlfriend I would like to shop around for an engagement ring. I think we'll be staying downtown, but we'll have a car. Can anyone suggest some nice jewelry stores maybe downtown or up to an hour away by car? I'm not really crazy about the chain/catalog stores e.g. Zales - I prefer a one-off, locally-owned, qood quality, well-respected Jeweler :-)

Thanks in advance for your thoughts.

- Best regards,

Re: Engagement ring time - looking for some nice areas / jewelry stores near downtown Denver

by bocmaxima

Not into jewelry, so can't give specifics, but Cherry Creek is the more upscale shopping area of Denver. There's the mall itself, but also quite a bit of shopping around it.
A car is necessary to get there.

Travel Tips for Denver

LoDo - short for lower...

by BSkye

LoDo - short for lower downtown. It has Coors Field, incredibly restored buildings from Denver's early days, great restaurants and shops. It is next to historic Larimer Street, and the 16th St Mall. Riding in horse-drawn carriages during Christmas through the heart of town, when it was snowing. A full day in Lodo, starting with breakfast and ending with a Colorado Rockies baseball game.

The Auraria Campus - The Golda Meir House

by OlenaKyiv

The only remaining U.S. residence of former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir serves as a museum, conference center, and the Metropolitan State College of Denver Golda Meir Center for Political Leadership.

Golda Meir (1898-1978) was one of the Twentieth Century’s most influential women, a powerful international leader and diplomat . She was born in Kiev (now Ukraine), may 3, 1898. In 1906 she and her family fled to the United States to escape religious persecution along with thousands of other Russian Jews. The family settled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Her parents had already picked a husband for her, however, and married women were not allowed to teach in Milwaukee. In 1913, Golda ran away from her parents’ home to continue her education in Denver. She joined her sister Sheyna, a recovering consumptive, her brother-in-law Sam Korngold and their daughter Judith in a small duplex at 1606-1608 Julian Street less than a mile from the present Auraria Campus. During this time, she worked at her brother-in-law’s laundry near the Brown Palace Hotel, attended classes at North High School, and gained deeper knowledge of Zionist philosophy. As she said in her autobiography, "It was in Denver that my real education began."

The Golda Meir House was restored with the assistance of private contributors and the Colorado State Historical Fund

Address: 1146 Ninth Street Park, Auraria Campus
Tour Info: (303) 556-3292
Virtual tour in Golda Meir House
The Golda Meir Center for Political Leadership

Native American and Dying Bison

by OlenaKyiv

This statue on the east lawn of the capitol depicts a Native American standing over a dying bison. The memorial was the original idea of a group of real estate investors who thought that such a sandstone statue would lure newcomers into the Perry Park area of Denver. While this idea never came to fruition, a group called the "Fortnightly Club" and under the leadership of Mrs. E. M. Ashley and Eliza Routt, heard of the idea and thought that the statue would be a nice addition to the State's exhibit at the 1893 World's Fair Exposition at Chicago. The group commissioned Preston Powers, one time dean of the Art Department at the University of Denver and son of sculptor Hiram Powers, to make a bronze sculpture. After the Exposition it was placed for permanent display on the Capitol's East Lawn on a base of granite from Cotopaxi in Fremont County, Colorado. Powers, who was a close friend of the poet John Greenleaf Whittier, commissioned the poem for the base of the statue.

The mountain eagle from his snow-locked peaks
For the wild hunter and the bison seeks,
In the chang'd world below; and find alone
Their graven semblance, in the eternal stone.

Take the bus downtown or pay 20-50 dollars a day

by denver1982

In Denver, dont park in the crowded garages of downtown they are very expensive 20-50 dollars a day....park at RTD park and rides for free along 10th and Lipan, alameda and santa fe, i-25 and broadway, i-25 and evans, hampden, quincy and oxford and take the train into town for a buck

Cruise Cheeseman

by Jase1177

Okay, so I have ambivalent feelings about Cheeseman Park. Cheeseman Park is located it the heart of Capitol Hill, not far from downtown. Many many years ago it was the city cemetary, but all (supposedly some remain, but that may be urban myth) the guests were removed and it was turned into the park.

Cheeseman Park is often known as the gay park because of it's location in Cap Hill (the gayborhood). It is a popular place for people to hang out. Although there once was some naughty stuff occuring in the some of the distant bushes, it is now a very clean and popular place with all residents, family and families alike. The center of the park is a large open space encircled by a street. I say I am ambivalent about Cheesemen because it is a place where many gay man park along the street and hang with their friends in order to be seen. You will often see some cars driving around to "cruise" the guys (usually older men looking for younger guys). I just hate this aspect of Denver gay culture where you are judged on your looks and your car (although the eye-candy can be definitely enjoyable). Besides that small part of it, Cheesman is a cool place to have a picnic, toss the ball or frisbee for Fido, or soak in the sun while reading a book. There are also some walking and running trails around the park. If you are just looking for a nice place to relax, this is definitely a great choice.

Located between 13th Avenue (north) & 8th Ave (south) and Humbolt St (west) & Race (east). It is adjacent to the back side of the Botanical Gardens (east of the park).


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