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Lexington , Kentucky
March 8, 2007
From journal Coors Field Tour
Washington, Washington, D.C.
August 11, 2006
From journal More to Colorado Than Mountains
Near Kennesaw, Georgia
August 7, 2005
From journal High Amount of Fun In Denver!
February 11, 2003
From journal Broncos - Chiefs Game in Denver
Rye, New York
November 25, 2002
From journal Visiting UC Boulder
by Steve S.
Kansas City, Missouri
July 10, 2002
If you're so inclined, Coors Field has a single row of seats in the upper deck that mark exactly one mile above sea level and they are easily distinguishable by the seats purple color which stands out amid the green ballpark seats.
If you're more interested in comfort, spend a few extra dollars on club level seats whih provides a private escalator entrance, carpeted air conditioned walk ways around the ballpark and private concession stands serving everything from standard ballpark fare to specialty foods in a pre-game buffet. Bars are also available in the club level for those who are interested and although the ticket prices are among the highest in the majors, the food prices are reasonably priced compared with other ballparks.
Parking is difficult around Coors, so if you're staying in the downtown area, you might take the time to check into a cab or a city bus or perhaps even a hotel shuttle. What you spend on cab fare or public transportation might well be cheaper than the $10-20 you'll pay for parking near the stadium.
Overall, Coors Field is one of my favorites and a place that I look forward to returning to over and over. I hope you find the same enjoyment!
From journal Denver, Gateway to the Rockies
by PG Bloom
April 11, 2002
From journal Denver on a Family Budget
February 12, 2001
From journal Doing Denver--The Inside View