I don't own a car.
It's certainly not a horrible place, but
is relatively boring unless you're an outdoorist who likes hiking, biking, or skiing. Perhaps the biggest deal breaker for me is that culture and diversity are seriously lacking here. In fact, most places I go, I am the only person of color in the room usually! That gets old after awhile. I'm packing my bags and leaving early next year and I won't be looking back either.
is a growing city. Progression with almost everything can be seen. It's a safe place compared to other large U.S. cities. The vibe is right in the middle, nothing extreme on either side. Some really cool stuff to find here but you have to look.
The people in
are rude, self absorbed snobs! However, I have noticed that the Denver natives are actually very friendly and polite. Upon further research, I found that the majority of the rude and snobby people are actually from other places.
twelve years ago, and again two weeks ago. The city still left me with the same impression both times. It is boring, with not much to do unless you love winter activities, and it is in the middle of nowhere really. Relatively, it sucks. And it's not really so safe. People should not walk around Denver alone.
Something stinks in this city, and I can put my finger right on it. I've lived in a lot of places and have traveled around quite a bit. The people here are what ruined
for me -- if you read anything about Denver on the internet, you'll no doubt see something along the lines of, "The people here suck; they are rude, self-absorbed, and unfriendly." I came to Denver an unbiased, friendly, late twenties guy who has never had a problem meeting people or making friends. Long story short, I've been here three years and can't wait to leave.
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