Denver in July is HOT. Denver is always a 5,000+ feet. That combination makes it difficult for a sea level dwelling Seattleite to see to see everything comfortably. Segways provide a viable option. And they are fun to ride. We started at the Aquarium where there is ample parking. We got a good lesson on operating the machines and then began the tour by riding down the river walk trail. The breeze in our faces kept us cooler than our pedestrian collegues. We were able to get closer to many of the sites than our vehicle bound friends. Our guide was nice but seemed a little bored. One of our tour mates wiped out three times. She was not injured but her crashes made us nervous. Our guide seemed unconcerned about her continued problems. I suggest that the company use a radio system to broadcast the tour details and hazzards to the tourists. We will always choose a Segway tour to see a new city.
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