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Private Rocky Mountain National Park from Denver
"First your adventure will take you to the small mountain town of Estes Park a popular summer resort and the gateway to the national park. you'll make a quick stop at the famous Stanley Hotel a beautiful historic building famous for its inspiration for the movie “The Shining”. Then you move on to Rocky Mountain National Park which covers a total of 415 square miles. Renowned for its wildlife including elk deer moose
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Denver Mountain Parks with Optional Denver City Tour
"After morning pickup from your Denver hotel or Cherry Creek Shopping Center in central Denver head west through the Rocky Mountain foothills in your comfortable air-conditioned coach. Learn from your guide about the history and geology of Denver's mountain parks a system of more than 14000 acres (5665 hectares) of recreational land just outside the city. Visit Red Rocks Park and walk around admiring the towering sandstone rock formations formed nearly 300 million years ago. The park's dramatic natural amphitheater is a popular venue for con passing idyllic mountain towns and keeping your camera ready for possible deer
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Private Tour: Denver Foothills Explorer
"As you rise out of the Great Plains valley and climb toward the mountains the area provides fantastic viewpoints over the city. This visit to Red Rocks Amphitheatre will astonish and amaze as it is “the only naturally-occurring acoustically perfect amphitheater in the world”*. It has been a centerpiece of cultural and concert events since 1941. After your visit including a walk through the visitor center which documents many of the concerts over the years you may be inspired to attend one of the many events that take place throughout the summer.You then climb to Lookout Mountain. Colorado is full of western stories and lore including that of the infamous Buffalo Bill Cody. His grave and a museum dedicated to his legacy
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El Rincon: Excellent Mexican Food

When we were planning our trip to Sedona Liz kept mentioning that we had to eat here and it was a great Mexican place. El Rincon is a simple Mexican restaurant with a casual southwest decor and good food. We came here for lunch and were seated at a simple wooden table with oversized chairs. Our waitress handed us menus and came back quickly with some salsa and chips. Liz ordered a cheese quesadilla and I had a burrito. The food here is very good and quite authentic not so Tex-mex as you find here in the States. The portions were large and the service was very attentive. Our iced teas never reached half empty before they were refilled. I still prefer my local Mexican food back in Port Chester but this rates a good second.

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Mar 31, 2009

Casa Rincon & Tapas Cantina: The Old and New Combined

While shopping in the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, we decided to eat at Casa Rincon & Tapas Cantina, and it was a smart decision.

The atmosphere is old world Spanish, but the food is New World Southwestern and Mexican Cuisine. They offer delicious Tapas (appetizers), salads, soups, entrees of Southwest or Mexican favorites. They also have incredible desserts.

Before we ate, we went into the Tapas Cantina (lounge for a drink).
One thing that we noticed right from the beginning was the great hospitality. It's sheer delight to be treated so warmly.

The servers told us that that present their food in casual "Grande Hacienda" style.
If interested, they have Early Bird Specials that are served between 4:00 and 6:30 pm daily. They also have a Kid's Menu.

Open Everyday for Lunch from 11:30am-4:00 pm and Dinner from 5:00 pm-9 pm
Tapas Cantain from 11:30 am to 9:00 pm
Happy Hour is everyday from 3:00pm to 6:00 pm

Favorite Dish Allan tried a Southwestern favorite of Pacific Red Snapper which was sauteed and then simmered with sliced olives, tomato, onions, jalapenos and Spanish rice. He enjoyed it very much. I tried what is termed Mexican A La Carte. I had a Dinner Salad, a Quesadilla (Open) Cheese crisp with sour cream and red chile.

Of course, we both tried the special Margaritas Ole! which is a Margarita done each individually made with fresh sweet and sour, consisting of real lime juice, egg white and powdered sugar, and blended with 1/2 oz. Triple-sec and 1 1/2 oz of tequila. Now, that's a Margarita!

They have a special Dessert Menu too.
We shared Deep Fried Ice Cream with Strawberry Sauce. Needless to say, we were quite full after all this delicious food.

Time for more shopping!

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Trail Ridge Road

Trail Ridge Road is part of U.S. Highway 34 that crosses Rocky Mountain National Park from Estes Park, Colorado in the east to Grand Lake, Colorado in the west. It is not accessible in winter, to...
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Getting to El Rincon Restaurante Mexicano


2620 West Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ


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