Denver | City Sightseeing with B-Cycle

What´s more fun to explore beautiful Denver on a hot summer day than by bike? My thinking, so I packed my inflight supervisor and grabbed one of these convenient rental roadsters which are great for everyone who likes to discover places while being a little active on the side. And the great thing about these what I call “community bikes” is that you can pick them up and leave again at any of the countless docking stations around Denver at your convenience. It is only up to you to not getting lost. Continue reading

Denver | The Molly Brown Museum

When Margaret “Maggie” Tobin was born in 1867 in the little town of Hannibal, Missouri, she surely had no idea that 45 years later she would enter history as the “Unsinkable Molly Brown” who was one of the survivors of the epic Titanic disaster. Over 105 years later, her Denver home is still open to visitors and a great spot to pay visit to. Continue reading

Denver | Colorado State Capitol – An Architectural Marvel

On my latest trip to Denver, Colorado I discovered the unparalleled beauty of the city´s home to the Colorado Governor and the Colorado General Assembly. With its distinctive gold platted dome, the Colorado State Capitol is not only a landmark in Denver´s skyline, but also a true architectural masterpiece when it comes to interior design. Continue reading

Denver | Gateway to Colossal Colorado

It´s been great news a few months ago when Lufthansa announced the new nonstop service from my homebase Munich to Denver after a long pause. The capital of Colorado and 19th most populous city in the U.S. can be well described as the Gateway to all of the state´s beautiful Nature reserves and impressive landscapes. They make the city a fantastic destination year round and therefore highly attractive for outdoor activities during the summer as well as an excellent winter sports location during the winter. But since I am not a winter´s person, what´s there to explore during a 48 hours layover in 2016´s “best place to live in the USA” (U.S. News & World Report) in August? Continue reading