Travel

Dining in Durango Pozole to Pho, It Never Gets Boring 8. HeidiTown.com

Some days I wish I were one of those svelte folks who treat food as fuel, but I probably wouldn’t be doing this job. If I were one of those people, I’d be climbing mountains in the Himalayas, but alas, I love food; the taste, the texture and the regional differences. So, therefore, I am not climbing mountains but I am covering festivals around the Rocky Mountain West and finding

Denver’s Travel & Adventure Show That’s a Wrap (5)

As many of you know, I was asked to be on a panel of Colorado Content Creators at this year’s Travel & Adventure Show in Denver. I love public speaking (I know that’s weird), so I jumped at the chance. Our panel included Juliana Broste of Traveling Jules, Sherry Ott of Ottsworld, Rich Grant, author of “100 Things to do in Denver Before You Die” and me. Our moderator was

Epic Christmas Road Trip Takin’ it Easy from Colorado to Arizona, HeidiTown.com 14

When you think of Route 66, it likely conjures up images of convertible Cadillacs with their tops down, sunshine and summer tunes on the car radio. Our road trip looked a little different as we made the trip in a Toyota Tacoma, during the winter, with Audible.  We were heading to my parents’ house for Christmas, and a new truck plus the fact that flying during the holidays is the

Sleep & Dine at Denver's Union Station, HeidiTown.com, Bloom

Staying in a spot when everyone else is coming and going, is not only unique but a strangely peaceful travel experience. You can do just that in Denver, Colorado at Union Station. The Crawford Hotel, inside Union Station, was created just a few years ago but you’d never know because it feels historic. When Union Station underwent a huge construction project in 2012-2014, part of the result is The Crawford Hotel.

A New Restaurant in Leadville, Colorado & Old Favorites 13, HeidiTown.com

We’ve been spending time in Leadville for the good part of two decades and we’ve seen this town go through some changes. However, it’s never lost that Wild West charm that makes it an authentic slice of Colorado and the Rocky Mountains. We visited Leadville in December and it was frigid. Even with gloves on my fingers were stiff and nearly frozen as we walked around town. Leadville should be

For a Good TIme, Hop on the Ski Train What You Need to Know, HeidiTown.com

This post was not written by an unbiased party when it comes to train travel. I love trains. I’ve been riding Amtrak since the 1990s, and I’ve been on nearly every scenic train in Colorado. Train travel is something I think everyone should experience at least once, and the ski train is a fun and easy way to make this happen with Amtrak, a company that’s been running trains all

A Tiny House in Leadville, Colorado, Just for You 3 HeidiTown.com

With the average new home in Denver at 2,412 square feet in 2018, according to the Census Bureau, people like big houses. However, there’s something so sweet about staying in a tiny home and despite choosing to live year-round in large homes, people are drawn to tiny vacation homes. I know this is true because my social media engagement goes way up whenever I mention or post a photo about

2018 in HeidiTown, A Retrospective 3, Photo by Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer

I can hear you now. “Oh my god, she used the word ‘retrospective!’ I’m going to quit reading.’” Please don’t. I did use the word, but I promise to make this retrospective short and sweet. As usual, I have written an end of the year post. I used to write about my favorite experiences during the year and last year I wrote “The Road Trip Life: A Year in on