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Denver & Boulder, Colorado


Denver has grown so much from when I used to visit as a child, I can hardly believe it. With a healthy lifestyle, jobs, booming restaurant scene and a thriving arts community, it’s no wonder so many people are flocking to move here (I saw a lot of California plates on this trip) and that it made Travel+Leisure’s list of “52 places to go in 2018” this year. Denver’s allure comes from a mix of everything the city has to offer: a brisk morning run through tree-lined Washington Park, a tour of the internationally renowned Clyfford Still Museum, craft beers on one of the city’s many patios, and a concert under the stars at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Even though Denver is famous for its chill vibe, its residents take the Great Outdoors very seriously—even the most laid-back visitors will find that a side effect of Denver travel is an overwhelming urge to get active, as the city offers scenic trails and parks perfect for hiking and mountain biking. The hot Highlands neighborhoods to the west continue to house some of the city’s best boutiques and restaurants, Cherry Creek—one of the city’s top shopping districts—is regaining its trendy status, and to the north of the city, the industrial and still rough-around-the-edges RiNo neighborhood is a mecca of dining and public art. At the heart of the city lies LoDo, home to a revitalized Union Station and the new train connecting downtown to the airport. Walk the streets of Denver on a Friday afternoon and there’s an energy that’s hard to pin down. The restaurants are bustling, the galleries are full, and the people are friendly. Eat: Acorn, Avelina, Bardough, Cho77, Denver Central Market, Departure, Hop Alley, Linger, Old Major, Rioja, Sushi Ronin, Tacos Tequila Whiskey, The Populist, Vert Kitchen, Work & Class. Visit Denver Tourism

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