Sunday, August 30, 2015

A Day in Denver

From New Orleans we flew to Denver to begin our three week road trip with the college boy.  My youngest and I stayed overnight and I must say, we saw more wildlife there than we did the entire week and a half we were in Louisiana and Mississippi.
And this was all just in walking distance of our hotel.
Aurora is a suburb of Denver and is an excellent place to stay if you are in the area.  Close to the airport and downtown, with restaurants within walking distance from the hotels.
We went downtown for lunch but it began to rain so we cut our visit there short.
Denver is always a nice little stopover before all the driving begins.
Next we meet up with my college boy.

Have a great day!


faith76 said...

Looks a great place, the artwork looks amazing too.

Amy at love made my home said...

The murals are amazing aren't they! Glad you had a good stopover! xx

~*~Patty S said...

For some reason your blog is one of the ones Bloglovin' will not let me leave comments with. So I headed back to my blog to click on my sidebar and visit you again whew!
My computer is also slow as molasses today.
Technology! (sorry enough complaining out of me promise!)
How lovely to see your Denver photos.
Our son lived in Aurora until he moved to the mountains near Crested Butte.
We enjoyed several visits to the Denver area and there certainly is a lot to see and do.
Great to see all of that wonderful street art...they do a good job there don't they!
We are getting excited about out November trip to CO and NM.
Thanks for sharing Tammy.

Teresa Kasner said...

I'm glad to see some of Denver. I must admit that I've drive through it several times but never stopped. Always on the way somewhere else. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

moonstruckcreations said...

Looks like a fascinating place - and I love those pelicans!!


Gracie Saylor said...

Thanks for sharing the wonderful wildlife photos, and some glimpses of Denver as well. When you have visited the area have you ever gone to Casa Bonita for their food and family entertainment? It is in the Lakewood district of Denver. I'm enjoying seeing some of what you saw on your travels :) xx

Thistle Cove Farm said...

It's been donkey's years since I've been to Denver; surely I enjoyed this travelogue!

Sam I Am...... said...

I thought you were're still traveling! I love the artwork on the buildings. Have a safe and wonderful time with your son(s).

Betsy said...

We have an aunt who has lived in Aurora for over 40 years. During that time it has grown so much but I always enjoy visiting. I enjoyed all of your wildlife pictures. There is always something to see if we keep our eyes open. I'm looking forward to reading about the rest of your trip.

Createology said...

Having only been in the Denver airport I have never visited Colorado and it looks like there are lots of wonderful places to explore. For now I shall enjoy it through your travels.

Susan said...

Lovely photos of a beautiful city that has so much to offer, Tammy. Colorado is a wonderful state to visit. Bet your oldest loves it! Susan

barbara judge said...

Tammy -- Graffiti is booming over all of our cities and even some in rural areas. Portland Oregon has some beautiful graffiti on its downtown buildings. Of course for some folks it is a matter of personal preference. Enjoy being with your son -- barbara

Blondie's Journal said...

Love the birds!!! I've been to Aurora on several occasions for training classes in my "old" occupation. Lots of classes and no sightseeing however. Happy you had a better time!

Jane x

linda said...

It looks like a great place Tammy. :) xx

Mereknits said...

I bet you are missing that college boy of yours. Love all the photos. I have been to Denver only once and it was a very short visit. Thank you for taking us along with you.

Tanya said...

Walked the 16th St. Mall many days, working downtown. Great start to a road trip!

Cheryl said...

What lovely photos. You have a true gift for taking photos!

You have a child in college? Nooooooooooooo... you yourself look like you should be in college!
big hugs,

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Tammy,
Lovely photos of wildlife indeed. So happy you got to indulge in all that and have lasting memories through these great photos!
Sending you hugs,

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