Living It Up In Denver Colorado
Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jason cooper and I just moved to Denver about 6 months ago from Saratoga New York. I have quickly fallen in love with the “Mile High” city and this blog is about my experiences and whatever I find. Here is a list of my favorite places in Denver so far. I will also be creating a separate post for each one of these.
1. The Denver Art Museum.
The Denver Art Museum is a great place to go with a friend or by yourself on a rainy day or when you just need something to do. When I first visited, I was very impressed with the amount of ancient Egyptian artifacts and artwork from various asian countries dating back to the 900 B.C. Isn’t that amazing? Not to mentioned I was half stoned when I visited. It was a great experience. They also have exhibitions every couple of months and they are just as amazing as well. Currently they are having an exhibition on “Ganesha” the Hindi god of wealth and good luck. I cant wait to go check it out.
2. Washington Park.
Washington Park is one of Denvers most popular parks. It has twice as many reviews of any park on trip advisor for a good reason. It is in one of the most popular and beautiful areas in Denver and really all of Colorado. There is a great walking/running track where you will always see people taking part in those activities and enjoying Denvers health scene. It is a super pet friendly park and you will always see somebody having fun playing fetch with their K9 companion. If you don’t have a dog and running around isn’t really your thing you can always take your favorite book with you to read in the amazing weather we have around here.
3. Garden of the Gods.
O.K. so this one isn’t quite in Denver but this is my blog so I get to post whatever I want. Garden of the Gods is flat out amazing. It truly a sight to behold and one of the first places I visited upon my arrival in Colorado. Formed millions of years ago and around since the time of dinosaurs Garden of the Gods includes many geological wonders. You can see the “kissing rocks” walk around the “siamese twins trail” check out the “perkins central garden trail” and much more. It is located in Colorado Springs which is a huge military town, god bless our troops. While you are in Colorado Springs you can also visit pikes peak, one of the closets 14,000 foot mountains.
Theres no doubt about it Denver has something for everybody. I had quite a hard time only picking out three attractions for this list. However, I do need to still have something to write about for the next post. Anyway, I look forward to writing my next blog post about Denver. I am very happy I moved here from crappy Saratoga. Welp off to rip the bog!