More detailed information about Denver attractions, restaurants, and charities is to come, but here is a short preview list of some of the things you may want to check out while you are in this great city!
Mount Evans "is the road into the sky. Drive from 8,700 feet at Idaho Spring where you turn off Interstate 70 to 14,240 feet to the summit, and you will pass through 3 life zones, passing ancient trees, lakes and forest to the land above timberline."
Kirkland Museum "has one of the most important public displays of international decorative art in North America, from about 1875 to about 1990. More than 3,500 works are on view of Arts & Crafts, Aesthetic, Art Nouveau, Glasgow Style, Wiener Werkstätte, De Stijl, Bauhaus, Art Deco, Modern, Pop Art and Postmodern. In this extensive collection, the works of more than 80 architects are on view."
At Snooze: an A.M. eatery, "Breakfast marks the beginning of a new day. At Snooze, we believe life is for living and each person and each day is worth celebrating. Our mantra: it only takes a moment to make a difference. From the day we were born, our people – Snoozers – have led the way serving creative twists on America’s favorite breakfast classics in a casual, friendly and vibrant atmosphere. The passion of our Snoozers is contagious."
The United States Mint, Denver offers "a free guided tour that takes about 45 minutes. You will learn about the history of the United States Mint and how we produce coins for the American public."
Kitchen Table Cafe offers food that is "scratch made, all natural, organic, comfort food, exactly what you want."
Image Credit: Colorado - Mount Evans - Summit Lake
Creative Commons Image by Wally Gobetz on Flickr
Image Credit: Snooze A.M. Eatery. Denver, CO
Creative Commons Image by Jason Cipriani on Flickr