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Easy Mass-transit into Denver

by athena10x

Greetings,
I'm planning or attending the INTERGEM show in Septemeber and have two choices of locations to stay. The show is out at 58th street. I'm wanting to stay downtown where I can enjoy innercity life. Is there a Tram that goes from the Denver Airport into the city center? Or is Super Shuttle the easiest way to get into town.
I prefer not to stay at Quality Inn on west 48th street, but need to get there each day for the Intergem shuttle.
Haven't been to Denver in 25 years so I'm looking forward to all the new changes. Please send info.

thanks, athena10

Re: Easy Mass-transit into Denver

by bocmaxima

> The show is out at 58th street.
58th Avenue? By I-25? That's not terribly far from Downtown but a pretty sorry neighborhood (mostly industrial). Not sure how you would get to the Quality Inn because that's also very industrial and even more isolated (no buses). It would actually be easier to take a bus from 58th Avenue to Downtown, or you could take a taxi to the Quality Inn.

> Is there a Tram that goes from the Denver Airport into the city center?
No, but there is a proposal to do just that. You can take an express bus from the airport to Downtown. It's relatively expensive as far as public transit goes though. http://www.rtd-denver.com/skyRide/

> Or is Super Shuttle the easiest way to get into town.
Rental car or taxi is the easiest way to get into town from the airport. Failing that, a shuttle would be.

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Travel Tips for Denver

I lived in CO for over 4 years...

by XxzoserxX

I lived in CO for over 4 years now and I still haven't been able to see even 1/4 of this state. But I must say if you are visiting you must check out Estes Park, Breckenridge, Downtown Denver, Durango, CO National Park, Canon City (awsome rock climbing) etc... To much to list this is far most the best place I ever lived (thats if you like mountains, awsome weather (even in the winter) and great people The thing I miss most about denver is the weather. The weather rules here don't let knowone tell you different

Architecture - Masonic Temple Building

by Toughluck

The Masonic Building was built in 1889 and designed by Frank Edbrooke in a Romanesque style. The building was gutted by fire in 1985 leaving only its stone exterior walls. A thorough reconstruction and renovation followed, bringing it back as one of Denver's finest historic buildings. DenverInfill.com 535 16th Street @ Welton Street

Architecture-Boston Building

by Toughluck

The Boston Building was completed in 1890 and designed by Andrews & Jacques. It features a combination of Renaissance Revival and Richardsonian Romanesque style elements and is clad in Colorado red sandstone. The building was renovated in the 1990s as the Boston Lofts

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Denver's notorious Doc Baggs

by goingsolo

oc Baggs was Denver's notorious conman. In the late 1800's he would sell fake gold bricks to unsuspecting people. Doc's "gold" bricks were nothing more than ordinary bricks covered with a thin layer of gold. Doc's scam included setting up a fake portable office which contained what appeared to be a safe. The "safe was actually a painting- a mosaic of numbered thin wooden panels, each about the size of a cigar box lid. A fabric was placed on the panels and the painting placed on top of the fabric. The entire "safe" could be folded up quickly and carried away.
Doc's office door- whose glass panel bore the inscription "Manager" or "Superintendent" depending upon the occasion (Doc also sold shares of non existent underground mining wealth) could be moved quickly to its hiding place behind one of the walls. At times, Doc would hire other cons to pose as clerks and sit behind a counter and work on paper mache ledgers.
Once the fool and his money had been parted, Doc would fold up his safe, hide the doors behind cavaties in the walls and Doc and his fellow cons would exit. At times, a victim would summon the Denver police and attempt to lead them to where Doc's office was located. But the portable disguised office could not be found.
Michael Spangler, a Denver lawman, arrested Doc on the charge of "bunco steering." Doc won his day in court by pointing out that, even in a very large dictionary, the words "bunco steering" did not exist and these terms were not contained in Denver statutes.
Prior to leaving Denver for good, Doc sold a "gold" brick to H.M. Smith of Leadville for $20,000. Two years later, the brick was analyzed and determined to be a fraud.

Colorado Rockies Baseball game

by Packerman

Watching a game at Coors Stadium is an excellent treat, especially if you are a baseball fan. You will probably see a few baseballs leave the stadium before it is all said and done. I saw 6 leave the field on July 10, 2003 (3 by the Rockies and 3 by the Giants, one of which was struck by Barry Bonds). The stadium is very pleasing to the eye, there are mountains in the background and in the stadium itself there is a nice little waterfall and some other rock landscaping. Tickets cost as little as $4 in the Rock Pile, or up to almost $50. I bought mine for $20 and was in the upper level right behind home plate. Abe, Beau, Ken, and I had a great time! A baseball glove to catch a foul ball or a homer!

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