Last-minute trip to Denver starting March 6. I'll have wed-fri and then monday for me-time in the city and I plan to do my usual routine whenever in a new city: investigate it as a possible future home.
I'll be renting rooms via airbnb in central areas and getting around without a car (I'm fearless of the cold). I travel light, so I have no problem relocating to a new room in a new neighborhood each day.
I've reviewed the related previous posts
, but I wanted to ask this question from the perspective of a 29 year old straight single male searching for a place to call home. I like being around pubs, coffee shops, local restaurants, used bookstores, Hackerspaces, parks, record stores.
My favorite form of exercise is swimming, so I'll be sure to scout any areas which might have a gym with a lap pool.
I'm Unitarian Universalist. Would any of you know which local congregation
might be a good one for someone my age to plug into? I'll be able to go scout a sunday service while I'm there.
What might you add to those previous threads, and has anything changed since they've been up?
To ask it another way: if you were in my position prior to moving there, what would you tell yourself to do and where to go while there? What experiences did you have that gave you the idea that this place might work for you?
Where should I go on a thursday or friday night to check out the local music scene? My tastes are broad.