What You Missed Around Denver While You Were Away Welcome back to the Mile High City! Here’s a quick recap of what you might have missed while jet-setting… Denver, Colorado April 8 – April 14, 2016 [/su_spoiler]
New Driver License Look
Our state sure is changing! And on April 6th, the Colorado DMV rolled out the new driver’s license. Take a peek of the new look here!
Spaceport in Colorado?
Permits have been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration to allow space shuttle launches from Colorado. If approved, the Front Range Airport, southeast of Denver International Airport, could provide space access right in our backyard. Read the full article in the Gazette here.
The Stanley Hotel Ghosts
Check out this recent photo of the hotel staircase taken by a tourist from Houston at the Stanley hotel located in Estes Park, Colorado. Do you think it’s a ghost? The Stanley Hotel inspired Stephen King’s ‘The Shining’ and guests still share creepy stories from their tours and stays.
Iron Maiden’s 747 Lands at DIA
What better way to make an entrance than by landing your own plane?! The band Iron Maiden did just that when they arrived at Denver International Airport on Tuesday April 12th with their tricked out Boeing 747 which is piloted by singer Bruce Dickinson. The band performed at the Pepsi Center on Wednesday, April 13th. See photos of the private plane here.
Free admission to Colorado's national parks April 16 – 24
In honor of National Parks week, all four National parks located in Colorado are free April 16-24. This is your chance to get out and explore what our state has to offer in natural beauty. Free admission will apply to: –Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve –Rocky Mountain National Park –Mesa Verde National Park –Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park Learn more at 9news.com