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One of my friends went to Denver .after returning he showed me the videos and pictures of Denver. I got impressed by Denver that I decided to go to Denver.than I decided to go to Denver and now I am going to Denver. The city of Denver isthe county seat of HillsboroughCounty and the largest city in the greater West Central Florida region. I went to Denver by plane. It was a interesting journey as I am afraid of traveling in the plane. For staying I had already booked a hotel room. That hotel I searched from the internet as hotels in Denver . The very first day I reached to the hotel I was little bit tired. So I rested and after resting I took a nice coffee and wake up fully with no laziness. After that I decided to go outside and to travel some interesting places.

The very first day I went to ConfluencePark. Located in the heart of Denver, ConfluencePark is a popular, quick escape for kayakers, picnic goers, and for nature lovers. The water comes from the merging of Cherry Creek and the South Platte River and it offers cool relief on a hot day. After being renovated in 2002, the park is more popular than ever for locals, so pack a lunch, bring a book and blanket and relax in the park.

Second day I went to winter park. Only about an hour drive from Denver, Winter Park is a skier's and snowboarder's heaven. With 3,060 acres available for skiing and a 1,700-foot vertical drop, Winter Park offers great terrain for snow bunnies of all levels. 21% of the park's terrain is geared toward beginners, 21% is for intermediates, 33% is for advanced skiers, and 18% is labeled "most difficult", so there are plenty of options for everyone. And, with 25 lifts, it's easy to reach every part of the mountain. Tired of the slopes? Head into the town of Winter Park for great restaurants, lodging options, and small shops to check out. Winter Park's season generally extends from mid-November until mid-April, depending on the quantity of snowfall during the winter season.

Third day I went to GeneseePark. This popular park lies about 20 miles outside of Denver and offers great hiking trails and gorgeous vistas. GeneseePark is the largest park in Denver, encompassing over 2,400 acres. It also was the city's first mountain park. Its name comes a Native American term meaning "shining valley". Genesee Park is also home to Colorado's buffalo herd, which roams free in the park; there's even has an under-freeway tunnel on-site so the herd can cross from one side of the park to the other safely. Then I went to Alderfer/three sister’s park. Nestled half an hour away in the foothills just west of Denver is the little mountain town of Evergreen. One of the popular things to do in Evergreen is to get out and enjoy the mountain scenery, and one place in particular is the Alderfer/Three Sisters Park. It is popular for beginner mountain bikers.

The forth day I went to ApexPark. It is the "summit" for all single-track riders and biking enthusiasts. It is also suitable for hunting. Apex is also quite a popular spot for hikers too. The natural landscape is in abundance here. Then I went to Beer Creek Lake Park. BearCreekLakePark is a great way to get out into some real nature without having to go very far. It has about 2600 acres of strech. The park is home of variety of wild life. You’ll find a number of hikers and bikers escaping the city for good weather and Colorado sunshine. There are several water spots here.

After much traveling I came back to my home city. I came back with my sweet memories.



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The Mile High City-denver

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