Crystal Farrow

Atlanta, GA
Iceland Travel Agent Specialist

Iceland is arguably my favorite destination as well as the safest and friendliest country in the world. I enjoy soaking in the Blue Lagoon, just one of many hot springs on the continent and near the small town of Reykjavik. You can take a road tri...
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Colorado Travel Agent Professional

I love my job as a travel agent specialist for Colorado as people love their travels to the Golden State. You can hike, ski, shop, dine, and enjoy art and entertainment all in one location. The following attractions will, no doubt, interest you in seeing more of this spectacular state.


Elitch Gardens - Fort Collins


For thrill-seekers, Elitch Gardens has a lot to offer. Its new one-day admission ticket includes admission to the 20-acre Island Kingdom. It includes a huge tube slide tower, family water playground, a raft ride, and a half-pipe water attraction. The park also offers a haunted house and trick-or-treat trail. A visit to Elitch Gardens will be a fun family outing if you have that in mind for your holiday.There are more than 50 rides and attractions at Elitch Gardens. A mind-bending kaleidoscape, of rides that make any afternoon outing memorable.For those looking for something a little more low-key, there are also several restaurants and a gift shop.Ridge theAquarium Express train at the family fun park.Black Canyon in Gunnison National Park (Fort Collins)The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National is an imposing sight with some of the steepest cliff faces in North America. Nearly every lookout is a great way to view this spectacular natural wonder. But to really experience the scale of this stunning canyon, you'll have to get up close. Therefore, if you're planning a trip to Colorado, don't miss the stunning Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. It's located in southwest Colorado, seven miles north of Montrose.  You'll get some peaceful solitude after a long day of traveling. If you're feeling adventurous, try hiking the nature trails.


Golden - Colorado’s First Capital


While you're in Colorado, be sure to visit Golden, Colorado's first capital. This mountain town is a hip destination with an eclectic downtown filled with outdoor cafes and recreation shops. Nearby is Red Rocks Park & Amphitheater, a world-class outdoor concert venue that has hosted such celebrities as Bruce Springsteen and the Beatles. It’s also a great place to kayak or go hiking.The former gold rush town, at the base of the Rocky Mountains, is home to the Colorado Museum, which features a 19th century railroad depot and vintage trains.


Old Colorado City


For more outdoor activities, try visiting Old Colorado City. Founded in 1859, this city was the Colorado territory’s original capital. It was home to miners, ranchers, and farmers. Today, the city maintains a charming wild-west vibe. You can download a free tour app and explore the city yourself. You'll find a variety of shops and restaurants, and plenty of places to grab a tasty breakfast.


Glen Eyrie Castle


If you're looking for a more culturally-based experience, you can visit the beautiful Glen Eyrie Castle in Colorado Springs. Built in the late 1800s, it was once a massive Tudor estate of General William Jackson Palmer, the founder of Colorado Springs, and his family.


Colorado Springs’ Creative Art Districts


Art lovers won't be disappointed when they visit Colorado Springs. The city has more than 50 pieces of public art, a roster of cultural events, and has been named one of the 30 Certified Colorado Creative Districts. The downtown area also boasts a free art shuttle, and a free First Friday Art Walk shuttle takes visitors to local galleries and museums. A free trolley runs between Colorado Springs and Old Colorado City.The State Capitol Building in Denver


The state capitol building in Denver is another popular destination and stands a mile tall at 5,280 feet, just like the capital of Denver. The dome features 200 names of mountains. The building also offers free tours on weekdays. Denver, which is known as the Mile High City, is exactly that high. Not only that, the thirteenth step of the Capitol building's west side is 5,280 feet above sea level or one mile high. The central dome of the Capitol is 272 feet high and is famous for its gold leafing, which weighs about several hundred pounds.The city of Denver is known for its outdoor activities and recreation, and if you are a sports fan, you'll be able to find plenty to keep you entertained. Golfers like playing golf in Denver as well, as golf balls travel about 10% farther than they do in other places.


Garden of the Gods


Garden of the Gods is yet another must-see attraction. This National Natural Landmark in Colorado Springs has over 300 sandstone formations. You can also go mountain biking, horseback riding, or rock climbing in this natural wonderland. The area is listed as a National Natural Landmark, and is home to many educational exhibits that elaborate on the unique geology of the area.If you love the outdoors and want to experience history and art, Colorado won’t disappoint you. Add it to your travel bucket list today. As a professional travel agent and advisor for Colorado, I promise you that your travel experience will be “golden.” Call me today so we can start planning your Colorado vacation right away.  

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Destination Expert:

  • Colorado
  • Denver
  • Breckenridge
  • Fort Collins
  • Aurora

Travel Specialist:

  • Outdoor Activities & Sports
  • Skiing & Winter Sports
  • Family Vacations
  • Climbing
  • Couples & Romance
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