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.
If you can't find something fun to do in
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.
In Colorado, there live the nastiest people I've ever met. In
area, the infrastructure is so poor that it feels far more crowded than it should. There are lots of California transplants, who are so self-absorbed and rude! Traffic is constantly jammed, all night and day. There are no back roads and almost every driver is on a cellphone. They have a sky-high number of auto accidents and sky-high insurance rates. Public transportation is no gem, either -- overcrowded, filthy buses, and trains, hour-long delays and often no vehicle arrives at all! It's definitely a miserable experience. Move here if you want, I'll be gone soon!
There's too many suburbs and too many cops for each one -- it's a great city to get a traffic ticket. Furthermore, the people are getting dryer socially everyday. Job growth is pitiful and many companies are leaving the state. I should be next to the leave the state. Moving to another town in Colorado would be worse. Due to the economy,
seems like it's tilting back to having the cow town reputation it shed many years ago and it's unfortunate. And now the haves and have-nots are widening everyday here. The Texans moving here everyday is another story.
'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!).
in 1999! Went there for a 10 day ski trip and stayed 4 months. What an awsome spot. So much to see and do. Plenty of outdoor life, skiing in winter, mountain biking, hiking, frisbee golf in summer. The Glenwood Springs Hostel is great with all the assistance you need and a wonderful atmosphere. A definate hotspot!
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