My "D" post is for my home in the Denver metro area. Denver is an exciting city. I have lived here since 1983 and I pride myself in being a Colorado native. When I first came to Denver I lived within walking distance of my job at the University of Colorado Health Science Center. My co worker Bea lived two doors down in the very same apartment she has lived in since the 1970's. She taught me how to navigate the streets from Broadway and Lincoln downtown up to where we lived. I learned and still know the double alphabet streets. We lived on Dexter Street. I had a cute little third floor apartment. It is a very fond memory. My husband proposed to me there.
I still love to visit my old neighborhood. It is very close to the Cherry Creek Mall and downtown Denver where my Sweets works. There is a wonderful ice cream shop called Liks! Originally they called the place Lickety Split but they had to change it because someone else had the patent on that name! They have some of the best hand made ice cream! It is made in small batches and tastes heavenly! One of my favorite flavors is Millionaires featuring butterscotch rippled through the milk chocolate and loaded with pecans!
While enjoying the sights in Denver you can always stop by and have a Denver omelet in any of the great restaurants you can find here.
Before I end this come to Denver and check some great eating! You could enjoy Native American fare at a cool eatery called www.tocabe.com//! Here is my lunch from our phamily time this past Saturday:
Now that I have given you a mini tour of the city where I live please visit Jenny and all the particiapates of Alphabe Thursday!