Doors Open Denver 2007

I went to see Doors Open Denver on April 14, 2007. The tenants of buildings with significant architecture let you walk around inside them.
The Hotel Teatro. The building was once the center of the Denver Tramway.
Inside the Hotel Teatro. Pretty swank.
Bottled water for your puppy.
The D&F tower and Skyline Park. I never knew the crummy little park had a name.
The roof of the tower entrance.
The view from the top, looking south.
The tower's shadow to the east.
The clock is somewhere above that cornice.
Looking west.
Looking north along the 16th Street Mall.
That's the Hotel Teatro down there.
From the ground.
The Granite Building. It is built on the site of the first house built in Denver, a cabin built by William Larimer.
I didn't know the building had a name.
A picture of Larimer's cabin.
Larimer Street in 1866. It still looks pretty much the same.
There's cool old wood paneling and stained glass windows inside.
Market Street.
I had never been to the LoDo Tattered Cover before.
Cherry Creek, our own little Chicago River.
I guess Daniels and Fisher used to be a big department store.
The new Museum of Contemporary Art, under construction.
All the way down 16th Street.
Union Station. What an awesome building.
Union Station is so awesome.