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DEN - What goes into a Denver omelet?

A September 2000 trip to Denver by panda2

Quote: Denver is ruined by sprawl developement.

DEN - What goes into a Denver omelet?

Overview

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Denver has walking tours, 16th St Mall shuttle, state capital rotunda, Coors brewery, Museum of Outdoor Arts, Denver Public Library, Denver Art Museum, US Mint, Brown Palace Hotel, D&F Tower, Skyline Park, Tabor Center, Writer Sq, Larimer Sq, Oxford Hotel, Union station, Wynkoop Brewing Company, Tattered Cover Bookstore, Denver Performing Arts Complex (PLEX), Auraria Higher Education Center, Tivoli, Ninth Street Historic Park, Golda Meir House, Light Rail, Black American West Museum & Heritage Cen...Read More

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

Hotel | "Adam's Mark Hotel"

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I stayed at Adam's Mark Hotel for a convention. The spacious lobby was decorated by impressive large statues of horses. The room was typical, sanitized, and overpriced. The hotel was conveniently located downtown, which made it easy to get back to the hotel. A complimentary downtown shuttle bus goes right by the front of the hotel, up and down the street for shoppers. What's really nice about paying the extra money for a hotel room in the same hotel as the convention is that it's nice just to ride the elevator back to the room, instead of traveling back to your cheaper room in some other part of town....Read More

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on April 15, 2003

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
1550 Court Place
Denver 80202
(303) 893-3333

Delectable Egg

Restaurant | "The Delectable Egg"

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The name of the Delectable Egg itself is unique and intriguing, so I wanted the check out the place. My breakfast order came with a small, broken piece of eggshell and freshly squeezed orange juice. Unfortunately, their eggs Benedict doesn't come with Canadian or back bacon, but a ham slice instead—regular ham is saltier and just not the same as bacon. My complaint about the eggshell drew first a joke about the shell for no extra charge, followed by an offer to order something else. I declined ordering something else, and the restaurant manager graciously cut my food bill in half. The food otherwise is...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on April 13, 2003

Delectable Egg
1642 Market St
Denver, Colorado 80202
+1 303 572 8146

Bagel Deli & Restaurant The

Restaurant | "The Bagel Deli"

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The Bagel Deli serves Kosher food the old-fashioned way in a relaxed atmosphere where you can feel at home. The food is very good, and the service is good and friendly. There's corned beef, pastrami, lox, cream cheese, bagels, matzo balls, and rugelach.

Sunday 8am-7pm, Monday-Friday 7am-8pm, Saturday 8am-8pm.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on February 17, 2005

Bagel Deli & Restaurant The
6439 E Hampden Ave
Denver, Colorado 80222
(303) 756-6667

Grand

Attraction | "The Grand"

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This piano bar caters mainly to a gay and lesbian clientele, and it's open from 3pm to 2am. The piano playing was pleasant, and the atmosphere was dark.

Most people who enjoy the quiet, subdued atmosphere of a piano bar are older and richer, but not necessarily wiser. The disco years were fun, and even though I must have suffered hearing loss, I had a lot of fun dancing.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on April 16, 2003

Grand
538 E 17th Av
Denver, Colorado

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DEN - Denver International Airport is located 23 miles northeast of downtown Denver. There are three levels of entry into the international terminal, named Elrey B. Jeppesen, famous for his "Jepp" navigational maps and charts. The upper level is for baggage check/ticketing, the commercial level is for drop-off/pick-up for car rentals, taxis, shuttles, and buses, and the lower level is for passenger pick-up. International passengers arrive at Concourse A. A walkway bridge connects Concourse A with the terminal. Baggage claim is on Level 5, or Ticketing Level 6. A train will connect you to three concourses, A, B, a...Read More

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