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Three days to explore Denver & Boulder - where to stay?

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Hi,

I'll be flying into Denver in September and want to explore both Denver and Boulder. I'm wondering if anyone has any recommendations on whether it would be better to stay in Denver or Boulder? I only have three days before I head south to New Mexico so it will be a short trip. I'm also on a limited budget -- a hotel for less than $120 per night is desired -- and I will have a rental car, if that helps.

Right now, I'm leaning toward Boulder so I'm closer to some hiking areas, but I'm open to suggestions.

Thanks!
Heidi

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