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Dec 17, 2013 - I am in the Denver

Dear diary, i am in the Denver. Denver is since 1876 the capital of the U.S. state of Colorado. Yes. I am staying on a Library. In winter it is cold, dry and often sunny. At night, temperatures below -10 ° C Yeah it is hard :D I think i am going today in a Museum.... Oh i am so hungry. ok bye bye diary!

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Dec 5, 2013 - Denver

Denver is the capital of Colorado. When you are there you must visit the "Denver art museum" it's so impressive. but the Barr lake is also interesting.it´s a reservoi build in 1886 wich was used as an indian reserve. it´s a state park now build all arround the barr lake. In Denver it was a bit colder than in Kansas city. The average temperature is 10.2°C. Denver is near the rocky mountains.

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My trip to the USA

Dec 1, 2013 - Denver

Denver is a big city in Colorado its famous through the sights. The average temperature in the whole year is 10.2C°. The 16th Street Mall is the most famous Shoppingcentre denvers. there you can find the famoust shops and which you found anywhere. i love denver its a wunderful city you can do so many things there like shopping an so on.

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apfelkuchen

Nov 26, 2013 - Denver

Hi, The City and County of Denver (/ˈdɛnvər/; Arapaho: Niinéniiniicíihéhe')[12] is the largest city and the capital of the U.S. state of Colorado. Denver is also the second most populous county in Colorado after El Paso County. Denver is a consolidated city and county located in the South Platte River Valley on the western edge of the High Plains just east of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. The Denver downtown district is located immediately east of the confluence of Cherry Creek with the South Platte River, approximately 12 miles...

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TimH

Nov 26, 2013 - Denver

It´s the next day of my tour through the United States. Now we are in the wonderful Denver. At the morning I went to the Mount Evans the highest street in the US. After lunch I went to the Denver Zoo with lots of great animals. In the afternoon I visited the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. Later I had a short break in the Washington Park, then I went to the fantastic Bluebird Theatre in Denver. On the next day I visited the Elitch gardens theme park. Then I packed my bags and went to the next city in the United States.

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Fabianstripjournal

Nov 26, 2013 - Denver

September 9, 2013-Denver-This city is the largest city and the capital from the US State of Colorado. Denver is located between the Rocky Mountains to the west and the High Plains to the east. In the city center you can find hilly areas to the northwest, west, south and southeast. Here you can a semi-arid, continental climate. Summers range from mild to hot with afternoon thunderstorms. Winters range from mild to cold. Denver has lots of park. I love parks so I spend a lot of times in them. I liked most the Genesee Park which is the largest...

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Bili

Nov 23, 2013 - Denver

Before I tell you about Denver i want to say something about last night in Kansas City. We were at a restaurant that was really cool. The appearance was good and the cooking was delicious. Well Denver or Mile High City is great. The climate is good. The air is sometimes dry but pleasant. July is the hottest month. January and december the coldest. The winters are often dry, cold and sometimes the sun peeks out. In Denver are lot's of parks and lakes. You can see mountains there too. There is alot of nature to see. Thats what i like the most...

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Oct 23, 2013 - Castle Rock, Colorado

10-23-13 Castle Rock, CO. The first day that we didn't have to drive 375 miles during the day. Great to have the day off. Spent the day meeting with Julie's Dad, Bill, and attending to numerous chores and, of course, eating too much. Tomorrow will be interesting. We head up to Estes Park and Glen Haven to assess the damage in and around Bill's home. We will know how to proceed after tomorrow. Bill is anxious to get back as he hasn't been home since he was airlifted from the area about a month ago. Should have a lot of pictures tomorrow or...

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Oct 22, 2013 - Casper, WY to Castle Rock, CO

Casper, WY to Castle Rock, CO 10-22-13 Got up after a good night’s sleep in the parking lot of the Casper Walmart on Cy Street. It’s a pretty day with 43F temperatures, a quiet parking lot, a strong WiFi signal and a Starbucks in easy walking distance. What’s not to love about this place? After coffee and a quick shopping trip, we were on the road at 10AM. The drive was nice. We stopped at a very nice rest area about 100 miles south of Casper and took a walk. By noon, we were on the road again. Stopped for fuel in Cheyenne at 1:30PM. By...

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Oct 7, 2013 - Tea Time, Buffalo Bill & Cherry Creek State Park

Cherry Creek State Park is one of the finest state parks we have visited. What makes it great is that the spaces are very generous, it has full hook-ups (electric and sewer), it's in the middle of metropolitan Denver and best of all a lovely herd of deer grazed its way through the campground daily! Who could ask for more?

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Sep 30, 2013 - Birthday Dinner

Into the Springs for dinner. Juicy Lucy's sounds a bit honky-tonk for a restaurant serving wonderful fare. The steaks and chops et al, match any fine house. We were seated at a table for two in the front window. To our surprise, one of the appetizers included Chincoteague oysters on the half shell. Impossible; says I. The waitress brought a sample, and sure enough, there they were; unbelievable. A bottle of Ravenwood Zinfandel complemented a meal of steak and lamb chops; perfect. We toasted the eventful day, settled into a fine evening....

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Sep 30, 2013 - Denver/Glenwood Springs/Four Mile Park

Once again we travel from Denver to Glenwood Springs. This time, however the vistas are covered with Fall foliage; there's yellow and green everywhere. The views driving through Glenwood Canyon are early evening, with the sun lower in the west making the shadows different from our last trip to the Aspen Music Festival. We arrived at the Four Mile Creek B & B a little after 3:30PM and were greeted by Shirl, our most gracious hostess. Not quite ready for us, she recommended a drive to Four Mile Park for a view of the aspens in color. Some...

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