Waiting for the bus at Nine Mile Station, Aurora, CO.
I would have liked to get a copy of the Denver Post, but unfortunately it doesn't look like they stock these newspaper bins much anymore.
Our train arrives for the trip into the city.
Blue Bear looking in the window of the Denver Convention Center.
Light rail stop at the Theater District Station. From here we would walk around the downtown area for several hours.
What a job! Just driving around all day long.
It's kind of hard to miss somebody riding a bicycle with hot pink rims and handlebars.
Looking up Stout Street. We were really surprised that there was no one on board the train to check your ticket. Seems they're very trusting in Denver.
La Boheme Gentlemen's Cabaret which is a big city way of saying strip club.
What can I say. I guess she didn't want me to take her picture.
Denver Gas and Electric Building
I didn't know it at the time that I shot this picture but the black squares in the walls have lights in them and at night it really makes the building shine.
One man band on the 16th Street pedestrian mall.
So much eye candy, so few hours in a day.
According to an article in the Denver Post, there are seventeen pianos along the 16th Street pedestrian mall and all have a different paint scheme.
One last shot of the downtown area while waiting for our bus.
The last four shots for this week's blog were shot along Sherman Street. Every apartment building on this block is named for a famous writer and the area is known as Poets Row.