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Fine things to do in Denver
Oct 31, 2012
Nickname the Mile-High city due to its elevation of exactly one mile (5,280 feet/1,609.344m above sea level) Denver also boasts being the temporal reference for Mountain Time Zone. Bus Rental Denver's party bus, charter bus and bus rental customers think that you are going to have a blast when you explore this amazing city.
Denver the gateway to the Rocky Mountain West and Colorado and makes it one of best places in America’s to offers you the experience of world-class adventure at every turn, with a background of some of the most spectacular scenery on earth as you roll by from the confines of your bus rental vehicle.
There are plenty of things to see and do just minutes away from Denver and you’ll be spoilt for choice as to what there is to do. Just think of all the amazing things you can do in the party bus, bus charter, shuttle bus or coach bus and the great memories you can create and bring home with you. Whether is it's the Rocky Mountain National Park to steam train trips to gambling in old west Victorian towns you can play the day away and still have enough time to be back for dinner and a show.
Try exploring Denver’s burgeoning wine industry in the party bus. Most of the state’s vineyards are on the Western Slope but you can also visit more than a dozen wineries and tasting rooms to sample unique award-winning vintages right in the Denver metro area. And the best part with Bus Rental Denver is, you can drink to your heart’s content and leave the driving to us.
Some of the wineries you can visit in the rented bus charter or shuttle bus would be Augustina’s Winery, hidden away in an in an industrial park on the edge of Boulder; Avanti Winery (the sign says Cigars though); Balistreri Vineyards, right in the middle of Denver; Bonacquisti Wine Company in northwest Denver; Bookcliff Vineyards in downtown Boulder; Boulder Creek Winery situated on the edge of Boulder; Creekside Cellars in downtown Evergreen; Equipment de Vin at Larimer Square; The Iron Mountain Winery micro-winery; Redstone Meadery tucked in a strip mall on the edge of Boulder; Spero Winery, in the Arvada neighborhood; Tewksbury & Co. cigar bar, in Writer’s Square with its tiny tasting table and a huge selection of cigars; and the Turquoise Mesa Winery tasting room located in a Broomfield office park.
With wine-filled days, you’ll be glad you’ve got a charter bus from Bus Rental Denver to help you explore the city and get back home under the care of a good safe pair of hands.