It's 4 a.m. and you're wide awake. You had this weird dream about riding on something that looked like a cross between a log cabin and a school bus, but you were sitting on a saddle under a disco ball with a rubber chicken next to you.
No, you weren't dreaming. You were actually picturing a ride on the Banjo Billy Bus.
Banjo Billy's Bus Tours is nothing if not unique. They offer history and ghost tours of Denver and Boulder in an old tricked-out open-air bus that could be compared to a hillbilly shack. Sit back on a couch or recliner, or hop on a saddle, as you listen to ghost stories, crime tales and the history of the city of your choice. No two tales are the same, as riders get to vote on the stops and stories along the way.
The history tours are great and lots of fun, but the ghost tours are where it's at, and they sell out quickly. Learn more about Denver or Boulder's ghosts and forgotten spirits that should not be messed with. Offered only Friday, Saturday and Sundays in October, you won't regret making your reservation now.
Even locals claim this is a great way to see the cities. So saddle up and get ready for an adventure.
P.S. Before H&M has even opened their doors in the Denver Pavilions, they have already announced they’ll have a second location in Denver! They will be taking a space in the Cherry Creek Mall, and plan to open late spring or summer of 2012.