Get Your Kicks on Route 66 in Seligman, Arizona

posted in: Arizona, USA | 2

Enjoy a stop on the historic Route 66 at Seligman, Arizona. Angel and Vilma's Route 66 Gift Shop has every imaginable souvenir emblazoned with the famous highway sign. Plus, you might notice a few similarities between Seligman and the fictional Radiator Springs in the Pixar movie "Cars".

Lee’s Chicken Restaurant, Lincoln, Nebraska

posted in: Lincoln, Nebraska, USA | 0

Let's have fried chicken for lunch at Lee's Chicken Restaurant in Lincoln, Nebraska. Home cooking, friendly staff and a homey atmosphere make this oldest operating restaurant in Lincoln a fun and welcoming place.

Niwot, Colorado

posted in: Boulder, Colorado, USA | 1

A unique, artsy community, Niwot, Colorado, is named for an Arapaho Chief whose name means "Left Hand". Niwot honors its Old West past while cultivating contemporary art, community events, restaurants and an eclectic array of shops and galleries.

Denver’s Oxford Hotel and Cruise Room Martini Bar near Union Station

Visit the haunted, historic Oxford Hotel in downtown Denver, Colorado, including the wonderful art-deco Cruise Room Martini Bar. Just don't stay in Room 320!

Haunted Denver Underground Tour, Blake St. Vault, and Double Daughter’s Salotto

Nightly Spirits Tour in Denver took us underground to haunted tunnels and historic structures, including Blake Street Vault, Double Daughters Salotto, Oxford Hotel and Cruise Bar and Union Station.

Denver’s Updated Union Station for Light Rail and Longer Distance Trains

Lower Downtown (LoDo) Denver's historic Union Station is a modern, updated hub of public transportation with a bookshop, coffee, bar, restaurants and the Crawford Hotel.

Loveland, CO + Barbecue Sauce Recipe

Happy Father’s Day! For the occasion, I’ve included my favorite barbecue recipe you can pass along to Dad (or make for him) if he’s cooking out this weekend. It appears at the end of this post. Let me know how it turns out for you.

I’ve just returned from four glorious days in northern Colorado, affectionately known as NoCO. My husband and I were based out of Denver, but we managed to daytrip to some surrounding areas, including a smallish (pop. 67,000) town called Loveland. We met a woman who lives there and raved about it, so we decided to check it out. read more