El Tovar Lodge Hotel at the Grand Canyon, Arizona

El Tovar Hotel opened in 1905 at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. This historic hotel still thrives and shows off its original rustic architecture a few minutes west of the Visitor Center.

Hilltop Inn and Burns Pub and Restaurant at the Rocky Mountain Metro Airport

Hilltop Inn BnB and the adjoining Burns Pub and Restaurant provide good accommodation and fresh British fare to travelers at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport BJC in Broomfield, Colorado. Near Denver, it's a good lunch place, especially if you fly in or out in a small aircraft.

Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (BJC), Broomfield, Colorado

Photos from a couple of visits to Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport BJC (Jeffco) in Broomfield near Denver. Operating since 1960, the airport is the 4th-busiest in Colorado, with lots of corporate, military and flight-training traffic.

Heideboden Rot, Red Wine Blend with Zweigelt Grapes from Hannes Reeh in Austria

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Review of Austrian wine Heideboden Rot, a red wine blend with Zweigelt grapes from Hannes Reeh winery. I found this wine at Zum Brez'n restaurant in Munich, Germany. Recommended with their Brez'n Salad that is topped with roast duck.

Berninger Winery in Zell-am-Main, Bavaria, Germany – no, not Beringer

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Berninger Weingut in Zell-am-Main, Bavaria, Germany, is a small vineyard that produces wonderful local wines from grapes grown on the neighboring hillside. Learn some German wine label terminology and have a wonderful Bavarian dinner besides!

Dushanbe Teahouse in Boulder, Colorado

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Dushanbe Teahouse in Boulder, Colorado, a gift from Dushanbe, Tajikstan, which is one of Boulder's sister cities. Intricate carvings and handpaintings adorn every square inch, and they serve many teas and lots of food.

Westminster University Building, Denver, Colorado

The Red Castle or Westminster Castle is a beautiful example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture dating from the mid-1800s. Home of a university and even chickens, this building stands today as the location of KPOF studios, the longest-running, continuous licensed radio station in Colorado.