Monday, June 22, 2015 – Roy and I love professional baseball and football so traveling to Denver to see Coors Field and Mile High Stadium was a must do on our schedule. Roy wanted to see Mile High Stadium and I wanted to go to Coors Field and watch a game there. We compromised and are going to tour both stadium for less than the cost of a ticket to see the Rockies play. We started the day at the Denver Rockie’s Coors Field for the 10 am tour.
The center field bleacher section is named “The Rockpile”.
Behind the center field wall is a landscape decoration that reflects the typical environment of the Rocky Mountains. This landscape area consists of a waterfall, fountains, and pine trees. After a Rockies home run or win the fountains shoot high into the air.
The exterior of the stadium:
The visitor’s locker room and training room – check out the free sunflower seeds and bubble gum!
Visitors batting cage
Part of the visitor’s snack room
Part of the visitor’s bathroom. All sorts of products laid for them to use. Colorado Rockies All Stars One of the many suites
The Rooftop – a standing room only area that can hold 2000 people. Miscellaneous pictures!
We then traveled over to the Denver Bronco’s Sports Authority Field at Mile High. I’ll continue today’s adventure in tomorrow’s blog post. Ya’ll come back now, ya’ hear!!
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