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Denver is a racist city. This is coming from a person who is from Chicago. I lived in Denver for a few years and it's not a place to live or raise a family.
Denver's a great city. It is pointedly not Chicago, New York, or San Francisco, but it has its own charm. Having lived in many world-class cities, Denver still ranks high in my book. Public transportation is a problem, but it's improving. The arts and dining scene hold their own, and the outdoors scene is terrific. My only problem with Denver is that it lacks an ocean (or any good body of water!).
If you can't find something fun to do in Denver you aren't trying. Whether clubs, art galleries/museums, or nature is your thing there is plenty to do. Getting around in Denver is easy -- there's no subway but Denver has one of the best public transport systems in the country. Of course going to ski can be crowded, but what do you expect when five of the top ten ski areas in the U.S. are all in the same area? There is good food, you just have to drive outside of downtown a little to get some of it.
I've lived here all of my life and I should've left years and years ago. Most people who hate Denver are right about the people. No wonder I was bullied in high school. Now that I'm older, I'm dealing with self-serving, unfriendly snobs everywhere. As long as I've lived here, I've always had trouble making friends. It seems if you don't fit in you're out of luck.
I love Denver so much. I visited my first time this summer with my uncle. There is so much to see and do! I would recommend at least seeing Rock Ridge Trail or Pike's Peak. The Garden of the Gods was a nice park. Casa Bonita is a fun place to eat. Bring the kids! Really there was nothing I didn't like. I'm going again and staying for a month -- can't hardly wait!
Denver really sucks! I cant wait to get out of here!


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