Easy-to-navigate city wows with food, fun.
By Mauri Elbel – Special to the American-Statesman
Denver’s crisp night air whips at our faces as we zip through the city’s historic LoDo neighborhood in a pedicab. Our deceptively strong cabbie makes pulling five people seem effortless, cracking jokes with our three giggling children as he pumps and pedals us toward our hotel. It’s a memorable ending to our first night in the Mile High City (yes, at 5,280 feet, Denver is 1 mile above sea level) but just the beginning of a strand of delightful experiences we collect during our short stint here before spending Spring Break in snow-covered Winter Park.