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United Airlines Flights from Casper (CPR) to Denver (DEN)

Orbitz is pleased to offer airline tickets on United Airlines, which operates 4 regularly scheduled daily non-stop flights from Casper (CPR) to Denver (DEN), departing between 6:00am and 4:43pm, and one additional non-stop flight regularly scheduled to depart at 6:43pm and arrive at 8:00pm, everyday except Saturday. Usually a De Havilland DHC-8 is flown for this route. The average travel time from Casper, WY to Denver, CO is 1 hour and 19 minutes.

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During your Denver vacation, don't miss these great establishments and attractions:

Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge
Once a site where the U.S. Army manufactured chemical weapons such as mustard gas and GB nerve agent, and later leased to a private enterprise to produce pesticides, the Rocky Mountain Arsenal has become an environmental success story. The 27-square-mile Superfund cleanup site, an area of open grasslands and wetlands just west of Denver International Airport, is home to more than 330 species, including deer, coyotes, prairie dogs, and birds of prey. An estimated 100 bald eagles make this one of the country's largest eagle-roosting locales during the winter.The Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Society Bookstore is at the visitor center, and there are 10 miles of hiking trails and catch-and-release fishing. For a guided tour, it's best to call a day or two in advance. Allow at least an hour.

The Wildlife Experience
Opened in 2002 near the Denver Technological Center, this impressive $40 million museum has three foci: natural history, nature films, and wildlife art, with nine galleries of paintings, sculptures, and photography. The museum's aim is to educate visitors about conservation and the delicate balance between people and the environment, and do it in an aesthetically pleasing fashion. They accomplish the task, with such highlights as a National Geographic Channel screening room and an interactive Children's Gallery. Also here are a 315-seat Iwerks Extreme Screen Theater, a restaurant, and a gift shop. Allow 1 hour.

U.S. Mint
Whether we worship it or simply consider money a necessary commodity, we all have to admit a certain fascination with the coins and bills that seem to make the world turn. There are four mints in the United States, but the Denver Mint is one of only two (the other is the Philadelphia Mint) where we can actually see the process of turning lumps of metal into shiny coins.Opened in 1863, the Mint originally melted gold dust and nuggets into bars. In 1904 the office moved to this site, and 2 years later began making gold and silver coins. Copper pennies were added a few years later. The last silver dollars (containing 90% silver) were coined in 1935. In 1970, all silver was eliminated from dollars and half dollars (today they're made of a copper-nickel alloy). The Denver Mint stamps billions of coins each year, and each has a small D on it.Although visitors today don't get as close as they once did, a self-guided tour along the visitors' gallery provides a good look at the process, with a bird's-eye view from the mezzanine of the actual coin-minting process. A variety of displays help explain the minting process, and an adjacent gift shop on Cherokee Street (tel. 303/572-9500) offers a variety of souvenirs. Allow 1 hour.Note: Due to greatly increased security, individuals are now required to arrange tours at least 3 weeks in advance with their congressional representatives at www.senate.gov or www.house.gov, and there are quite a few requirements for entering the mint. It is uncertain that walk-in visitors will be allowed in the future.


Make your reservations for discount hotel rooms in the Denver area, including:

Luna Hotel
This contemporary boutique hotel is one of the few lodging options in the lively LoDo neighborhood. Formerly the LoDo Inn, the property changed hands and underwent a metamorphosis in 2002. Today it's sleek and smart, combining the personal service of a B&B with the conveniences of a full-service hotel. Featuring spare yet inviting decor, the guest rooms are studies in efficiency, with perks like CD and DVD players, unique art prints, and large armoires. Some rooms have private balconies and others have jetted tubs; the suite has a copper-topped table and a small kitchen. The property is also the first in downtown Denver to set up a Wi-Fi network, affording guests a high-speed Internet connection in their rooms, the lobby, the Manhattan-esque Flow Lounge, and the restaurants without any pesky cables. The hotel is entirely nonsmoking.

Burnsley All Suite Hotel
This small, elegant hotel offers suites with private balconies and separate living, bedroom, dining, and fully stocked kitchen areas. The units are handsomely furnished, featuring marble entrance floors and antiques. The suites are expansive (averaging 700 sq. ft.) and popular with travelers who prefer to be a bit away from the hubbub of downtown. The hotel sits on a relatively quiet one-way street a few blocks southeast of the State Capitol.The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner on weekdays, and breakfast and dinner on weekends. The menu features fresh salmon, tenderloin, Colorado game plate, and vegetarian dishes. The lounge is a local favorite, a swank space with live jazz on Thursdays and Fridays. The hotel is conveniently situated near the Cherry Creek shopping areas and is only 5 blocks from downtown.

Hotel Teatro
Hotel Teatro is one of Denver's newest hotels. It's also the most dramatic: The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (across the street) inspired the decor, which features masks, playbills, and wardrobe from past productions of its resident theater company. The hotel caters to both business and leisure travelers with exquisitely furnished guest rooms that hold Indonesian marble, cherrywood desks and fixtures, and frette linens and towels. The nine-story building is a historic landmark, constructed as the Denver Tramway Building in 1911. The $18 million restoration brought 21st-century perks, such as free high-speed Web access and a combination fax/scanner/copier/printer in each room. Each room also features Aveda amenities and a shower massager. Kevin Taylor, one of Denver's best-known chefs, runs both restaurants and the room service.


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