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DiningBoulder County is home to Louisville, Colorado, a developing community with excellent dinning and culture. It’s about 35 minutes from Denver and is a top place to live in the country according to Money Magazine. Many people just make the trip for a great restaurant experience. Here are some of the best dining options in Louisville, Colorado.

Lulu’s BBQ

701 B Main Street
Louisville, Colorado

For barbeque lovers, check out Lulu’s BBQ, a Texas style barbeque joint downtown. Lulu’s cooks their food all day with oak wood to make sure everything is served with a smoky flavor, so sometimes they can run out of menu options. Some favorites from Lulu’s is the fall-off-the-bone ribs, the beef brisket, the pulled pork, and smoked sausage, all served with

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When you are ready to sell your home, one thing you might not know how to handle is deciding whether or not to remain in your house when its being shown.  The real estate agent needs to be there to explain everything to viewers, answer questions, and try to peak their interest. How comfortable are people being shown a house by the actual sellers? Here is what happens when a seller remains in the home while its being shown for sale.

It’s Uncomfortable for the Buyer

A seller may think they are being helpful, showing unique qualities that the house would offer, but in reality a buyer will feel uncomfortable. A buyer may feel that the seller is following them around during their tour and it goes against expected etiquette. A listing agent should inform

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Most people spend their time visiting the mountains along I-70 Fort Collins and Pueblo along I-25. Many people don’t realize all of the adventures available to take your family in the Eastern Plains area. It’s a little more spread out compared to the west, but the places to see there are exciting and unique. Avoid the crowds and take your kids to one of these Eastern Plains attractions.

Fort Morgan Museum


Old Town Museum Complex

420 South 14th Street
Burlington, CO

This is a great place to teach your children about life at the Colorado prairie. It’s an exploration of the past in the historical town of Burlington. Check out the hands-on experiences for kids, rides on the Kit Carson County Carousek, and old fashioned ice cream. The museum also offers 21 fully

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RaspberriesAre you looking for some excellent produce and don’t want to just go to the grocery store? Why not try a family farm where you can pick your own fruit and vegetables. The kids will learn what it’s like to choose your own produce and you can get local organic goods. Here are a few options in Denver for getting the best fruit at the farm.

Hoot ‘n’ Howl Farm
6033 Jay Road
Boulder, CO

The best place to go for berries is Hoot ‘n’ Howl Farm on Jay Road. They have a huge variety of berries here. All of their produce is organic and they didn’t use any chemical fertilizers or harmful pesticides.  You can go and get you-pick berries when they are in season, just check their website for the right time to go. They also offer vegetables, chickens, honeybees, and

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Beer loves unite. Denver is offering the 17th Annual Brew at the Zoo on September 12th. Head out to the Denver Zoo on the 12th from 7pm-10pm for a night of beer and food samples from local restaurants. This is a great even to try to local food, beer, and to get together with the community in a fun atmosphere.

What to Expect

Attendees will get to sample food from 20 local restaurants as well as sample brews from 40 local breweries. You are sure to find some of your favorite brews here and you’ll also have an opportunity to try new ones. They will have pale ales and porters of all kinds.

Where Is the Zoo?

The Denver Zoo is located at 2300 Steel Street in Denver.

How much is admission?  

It will cost $85 for an individual ticket. If you are

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Microbrewery - Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/emerson12/1439960563Microbreweries are everywhere in Colorado, but where are the best ones in Fort Collins? If you’re looking for some local favorite breweries that are less-known, check out one of these gems in Fort Collins for some delicious ales, IPAS, and porters.

Black Bottle Brewery

1611 South College Avenue
Fort Collins, CO

The Black Bottle Brewery is actually located in the basement of a tap room and is one of the smallest in the city. Even though they are small, they have one of the biggest collections of beer and they have some awesome names. Try the Liquid Metal Stout, Smoker Lager, Recession Proof Porter, or Ahhh You Again Rye IPA.

New Belgium Brewing Company

500 Linden Street
Fort Collins, CO

New Belgium Brewing Company is the most famous brewery

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CocktailLooking for a great place in Denver to get all-you-can-drink specials and not empty your wallet? These locations are a great solution for those looking for alcohol deals while knowing they are ready to drink a lot on a budget. These restaurants offer amazing drink specials to accompany their tasty food options. Most can be found on Sunday’s which is perfect for a relaxing weekend treat.

The Corner Office

1401 Curtis Street
Denver, Colorado

The Curtis Hotel is home to the Corner Office, a place for brunch and drinks. Many people go with the red velvet pancakes and served with an “I will survive” mimosa. They offer a Di-No-Mite Bloody Mary bar so that you can customize it to your liking. This place is fun, unique, and original. Stop here for

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Denver Union Station Light RailThe Denver Union Station Transit Center has finally opened in downtown Denver after years of waiting. This will have a big effect on the way Denver residents commute on a daily basis, making this $500 million project, with three decades of preparation, a success.

What does the Union Station offer?

Union Station has so much to offer in addition to transportation. They are also offering dining, and lodging, making it more than just a place to hop on the train.

Transportation

Modes of transportation that visitors can use are:

  • The Bus which is available now
  • The Light Rail which has been available since 2011
  • Coming in 2015, the commuter rail

Amenities

While you are Union Station, take advantage of the shops and eateries

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Cheesman Park in Denver is a beautiful 80 acre park full of rolling hills and shaded trees. Most people don’t realize that underneath the park are the graves of people from the 19th century. Does that mean the park, being buried over several old graves, could be haunted?

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History of Cheesman Park

The park began in 1858 when the town of St. Charles Town Company was claimed by General William Larimer who called it Denver. The land was legally property of Arapho Indians. Once Larimer took control, he set out a part of the land to serve as a cemetery, called Mount Prospect Cemetery, and that cemetery is now Cheesman and Congress parks.

The cemetery was intended for the wealthy and influential citizens while the outer edge would be used for criminals

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Denver, Colorado is the perfect place to live if you are someone who enjoys history. The homes and buildings scattered throughout the city tell intriguing stories about the history of the city. In fact, the stories you can learn by exploring the city are more accurate than anything you'd read about in a book.

There are a number of different historic homes throughout the city that even offer tours. This is the best way for you to learn what the history of Denver is really all about. Here are some of the best historic homes to visit.

Four Mile Historic Park - 715 S. Forest Street

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This historic home was built in the year 1859. Did you know that it is actually one of the oldest historic homes in the state of Colorado? When the home was built, it

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