If I disliked Georgetown due to it being right on highway 70 will I also not like Glenwood Springs?
Drove from Estes Park to Georgetown yesterday and was not at all impressed due to it sitting right on I-70. It reminded me of a truck stop town and I just could not get in to it. In fact I drove right back to Estes Park (stopped by Central City for some gambling so that was a fun little discovery). I knew the highway ran through Georgetown but I did not know the entire town was right beween a mountain and I-70 making it basically right on the highway. I thought that perhaps more of the town was nestled further way from the highway.
I understand I-70 also runs right through Glenwood Springs as well. Is there more to Glenwood than being so closed to the highway?