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Denver is one of the coolest cities I've ever lived in, although I haven't lived in many other large cities. What's awesome about it though, is its proximity to so many beautiful pristine places. There is so much to do right close to Denver -- they have some of the best mountain and road biking, skiing of course, awesome rivers for rafting and kayaking, and a bazillion trails to explore.
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 is a large city with lots to do. But you're not going to ski here. You have to drive to the mountains to do that. There too many people there already.
Denver is pretty awful relatively speaking. It's a cow town, the clubs stink, the traffic is horrible, the beer is incredibly expensive. If you are looking for any resemblance to culture, it sucks!
Denver is the land of mediocrity, filled with dorks, poor customer service, and the worst drivers! Trying to get a good burger? The lettuce here is more white than green! There is no sense of customer service anywhere! Even the ATMs are slow!!!
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.


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