A high-altitude alligator farm. A UFO watchtower. A monument to a headless chicken. While other travel guides tell you about tackling Pikeas Peak, skiing the back bowls, or rafting down the Arkansas River, this quirky regional resource offers unusual travel destinations and little-known historical tidbits. Imagine regaling coworkers with unique Rocky Mountain adventures, like spending an evening at a drive-in movie . . . in a queen-sized bed, or visiting a vapor cave clad only in a towel. How about seeing a two-headed dragon made of car parts, or watching cliff divers while eating Mexican food?Colorado State Capitol, 200 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80203 (303) 866-2604 Tour Hours: SeptemberaMay, MondayaFriday 9:30 . . ... Take a quick look through the Denver phone book and youa#39;ll find that businesses all over the city are a mile high: 2 Mile High Reptiles 2 Mile Hi ... 2 Mile High Basements 2 Mile High Cheerleading Training Center The Murder of Alan Berg When radio talk show host.
|Publisher||:||Chicago Review Press - 2002|