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    • Safety and a Good Start

      Denver Apr 8, 2014 at 10:50 AM

      I'm moving to Denver with my best friend, from New Orleans with NO car. We are going to take advantage of the transit lines. Can anyone point me in the direction of a safe and cheap part of town walking distance of the Transit line? Thank you, and we would love to meet y'all locals!

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      Estes Park Apr 9, 2014 at 3:18 PM

      Where is the best place to find pretty rocks

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    • September Adventure Activities for 18 & 20 year old kids & mom

      Rocky Mountain National Park Apr 10, 2014 at 1:37 PM

      Going to spend a week at a cabin in Estes Park on the river. Although I want to do a lot of hiking & taking photoes & viewing wildlife, my kids are at the age where they also want adventures. They are both very physically fit, outdoorsy & extremely adventurous. In or around Rocky Mtn Park/Estes Park do they offer activities such as off road adventures with ATVs, Jeeps or Rzrs? Maybe some zipline courses through the forest? Rafting? Any other exciting activities? Thanks

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      A place to meet outside security at Denver Airport

      Denver Apr 5, 2014 at 7:59 PM

      The Official Spousal Unit is heading to Denver Airport Monday morning on American. Once there, she will meet up with a co-worker coming in from Toronto on United, who will arrive an hour or so later.

      The OSU will pick up checked luggage and wants to find a place like a food place to wait for an hour or so for her compatriot, preferably near the baggage claim and/or the Budget rental car desk.

      However, she complained to me that after looking at the Denver Airport website, she couldn't figure out what was inside security and what was outside, nor why there were six levels (that seems to be at least three more than other airports).

      I said that the Old Experienced Traveler would take a look...and heckfire if she isn't right - the Denver website is remarkably unclear about what's where. Sure, you know what level things are on, but what is airside and what is landside?

      For example, is the Jeppesen Terminal largely landside? Is the food court on Level 6 inside or outside security? It seems like it is, but many US airports have virtually all their services inside security, and the wording here is remarkably fuzzy.

      Or, to put it another way, if you had an hour to kill at 9 in the morning (or whatever) waiting for your ride to show up to go to the Budget counter, where would you wait for him nearby?

      Thanks!

      Bill

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    • blue/green runs

      by lizzytex00 Online Now Jan 21, 2008 at 10:15 AM

      I am planning a trip to Keyston over Valentine's Day. While I've been skiing before, I'm not really comfortable with my abilities. Can you tell me which of the blue runs are easier and which, if any, I should avoid? I have heard that many of the blue runs at Keystone are like black runs at other resorts. Thanks very much!!

      1 Answer Jan 24, 2008 at 4:28 AM
    • Skiing in Keystone and Need a place to Stay?

      by keyres Online Now Nov 7, 2007 at 4:17 PM

      We have a 3 bedroom condo located in the Mountain House base area of Keystone. Walk across the street and you're skiing! Ski/board rental, ski school, night skiing, the new terrain park, and the children's center are all in Mountain House. After a day of excitement, relax in the outdoor hot tub, swim in the indoor pool, sit in the sauna, or walk to dining and entertainment in either the new River Run or Keystone village. Nightly rates start at150.00 during ski season. For more information, please visit our web page at www.vrbo.com/10037.

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      KEYSTONE LODGING NEAR THE SLOPES

      by robheather13 Online Now Sep 28, 2007 at 10:16 AM

      What family lodging do you recommend near the slopes. Either walking to the lift or riding the free shuttle. Less than150/nt with a nice jacuzzi on the premises.

      2 Answers Nov 7, 2007 at 4:11 PM