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My first day in Denver. Most of the time was spent with family….but did a run in the car to the store from the hotel (took me two hours….lol) and took these photos from the car (sorry about reflections).
From our friends apartment -
From the hills
Driving from the n.w. into downtown. Sorry about all the window reflections:
Back to downtown for dinner…kids wanted to go to Cheesecake Factory
This is more I've seen of Denver than I can ever recall before on SSP. I've only driven through this city a couple of times, and the little experience I had left me with a nasty impression. Well it wasn't really so much how it look, but more so the people I encountered. Anyway I'm impressed as it looks very west coast to me, but with a slightly mid-west thing going on as well if they makes any sense.