Though Wheel Fun Rentals bicycle stables are scattered from sea to shining sea across the North American continent, the seeds of the enterprise were sown in Italy. On vacation in the late '80s, founder Brian McInerney discovered the four-wheeled Surrey cycle, a pedal-powered vehicle capable of carrying as many as six passengers. Before returning to the States, he made sure to pick up a full set of Surreys from the manufacturer, and a new chapter in his life began. Today, the business rents not only bikes and Surreys, but also multiple cycle-style mutants such as the three-wheeled Deuce Coupe and its cousin the Chopper. They even carry more advanced land vehicles such as electric cars and scooters. Kayaks, one-person pontoons, and stand-up paddle boards also unlock access to some of the country's wettest byways.
DENVER PLATINUM LIMOUSINE offers transportation services in the Denver area and all of Colorado state 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We conveniently arrange for ground transportation between Denver international Airport, Centennial Airport, and Colorado Metro Area. We also offer a Â“Meet and greetÂ” service where one of our
In 20 years of operation, the drivers of A Touch Of Class Limousine Services have chauffeured celebrities such as Tom Bosley, Vanessa Williams, and the Everly Brothers along the highways and side streets of the Mile-High City. But passengers don’t need to be famous to bask in the luxurious transportation company’s signature service. As they recline in the spacious limousines, gazing out the window or playing rounds of Never Have I Ever with the driver, passengers await stylish arrival at special events ranging from birthday parties and business meetings to weddings and anniversaries.
Denver Ski Bus’s wintertime shuttles facilitate easy group travel to Rocky Mountain peaks while minimizing travelers’ environmental footprint. Denver Ski Bus runs regular trips from downtown Denver up to Copper Mountain and Winter Park that can accommodate up to 56 passengers and their equipment. Many vehicles boast perks including reclining seats, WiFi, and TVs that let passengers relax after a long day of hitting the slopes or getting into trouble for hoarding all the Swiss Miss packets in their ski suits.
Passersby often stop outside Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant’s storefront window to peer in on the unusual dining-room setup. Elaborately woven baskets sit beside wooden chairs festooned with colorful cushions; each of these baskets cradles the slightly sour Ethiopian bread known as injera.
Injera is literally the basis of Ethiopian cuisine—its spongy surface lies flat across plates to welcome dollops of curry chicken, ginger- and garlic-seasoned lentils, and sautéed cubes of lamb. To wash down these eats, Abyssinia’s staff ships in Ethiopian beers and wines. House red and white wines are also available, and the staff takes care to ensure that each was aged, according to tradition, in the cellars of red and white houses.