Story by Carolyn Erickson. Every time my family and I go camping, we talk about how we should do it more often. For us, the camping bug bit early on. My husband and I had both grown up spending summers outdoors, canoeing and fishing and stargazing. We both have strong memories of stoking the coals of the campfire as family and friends gathered within its glow. [Read more…] about Want To Get Away From It All? Rent An RV Or Camper For Fun, Safe, Affordable Travel
Not that any of us are going anywhere soon, but should you find yourself visiting Denver International Airport to pick up a friend or family member in the near future, Denver International Airport is now requiring all visitors and passengers to wear face coverings while at the airport until further notice. Currently, all employees at the airport are also required to do the same. [Read more…] about Visitors And Passengers To Denver International Airport Must Now Wear A Face Covering
Not that anyone would want to escape Colorado in the summer (hey, why do you think the entire world comes here?), but if you do have out-of-state vacation plans, might we suggest you check out some of our sister On The Cheap websites? Perhaps a visit with Mickey and Minnie (and hundreds of princesses) is on the horizon? Then, look no further than Orlando On The Cheap for tons of ways to holiday without spending a fortune. Live (and save) like a local with Miami On The Cheap if Florida’s beaches and South Beach nightlife are calling. [Read more…] about Traveling? Check Out Other ‘On The Cheap’ Sites
Want the insider scoop on exploring Colorado? Check out the Colorado Field Guide, a FREE online trip planning tool that makes it super simple. The Guide helps you build a trip by length, region, city, season or activity.
Are you dreaming of a getaway, but have only a few days? Looking for art galleries or hiking trails? Trying to avoid the usual hot spots and discover something new? The Colorado Field Guide homepage has a handy search criteria, so travelers can check out different itinerary ideas based on journey time or direction of travel.
Each itinerary comes with recommended lodging and dining suggestions and is packed with daily activities. Search the full breadth of diverse activities for inspiration or pair unheard-of activities in a destination: stargazing to golf, wine tasting to hunting, mine tours to zip lining. [Read more…] about Free Colorado Field Guide Tool-Kit Makes It Easy To Tour The State On The Cheap
No matter the time of year, there are times when you just need a good, long soak. And, I’m not talking your bathtub, even if it comes equipped with spa jets. Colorado may be best known for its ski slopes, 14ers and brew pubs, but when it comes to hot springs, we aren’t too shabby. In fact, the state’s hot springs are kinda cool.
The ultimate hot springs itinerary is a 720-mile route called the Colorado Historic Hot Springs Loop along several roads designated as Colorado Scenic Byways. Starting from any of the five resort towns, take a week to 10 days to really experience these special places. [Read more…] about MHOTC Getaway: Colorado Historic Hot Springs Loop
We’re adding news about Green Ride’s new hourly service between Longmont and Denver International Airport to our page about airport transportation and parking. But as a heads-up, here’s what’s new: starting tomorrow, Wednesday, August 16 Green Ride begins service for the introductory fare of $20 plus $12 for each additional passenger on the same booking. Parking is FREE and limitless, and Green Ride Longmont also offers residential pick-up service from zip codes 80501, 80503 and 80504. Click here for the schedule. Service is from/to the new Longmont HUB, 206 S. Main St. For more information, call 303-997-0238.
Summertime and that means travel time. Mile High On The Cheap is all about saving readers money and that includes travel. I’m a bit of a suitcase addict – you should see my basement — and every year go to the Travel Goods Showcase to see what’s new.
It’s all about FUNCTION, SAFETY, SIZE, and WEIGHT – and avoiding pesky checked bag fees or overweight luggage fees. And nothing here costs a fortune, all are less than $150 and some even cheaper. You can find it all online or at local retailers. And its okay to get cheaper vs. fancy luggage, as long as you realize that you may have to replace it after a few trips. Here are 7 tips that can help you save money when buying new luggage (and making sure it and its contents stay safe). [Read more…] about 7 Money-Saving Tips When Buying Luggage
Denver International Airport is undertaking a major renovation of its main terminal, which means travelers ought to leave additional time to navigate the ever-changing detours. Click here for alerts on terminal and roadway conditions.
When deciding on which option is best for you and your party, think not only money, but also time. Calculate how many of you will be traveling. And remember that you won’t just be going to the airport but returning from it.
Unless you choose to drive, you can mix and match. Here are the current ground transportation and parking options (please let us know at email@example.com if you find any changes is services or rates). [Read more…] about Denver Airport Transportation & Parking Options
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