Tweet All About It: Mixed reviews on Aspen
Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and display them on Sunday’s page A2.
• “Altitude makes me queasy and tired. But I still have a newfound love of mountains. #Aspen” — @Dena
• “Lovely day #aspen but I always find it infuriating when @googlemaps directs me to routes without sidewalks. Never understood this phenomenon” — @duhsone
• “#Aspen is just as gorgeous as I imagined it would be! So excited for #AMFS2017” — @ChasingtheTaste
• “Glad to be in Denver, not Aspen, this morning. #snobfree” — @_JohnTierney_
• “@CoryBooker Spring Cafe in #Aspen has an amazing vegan Caesar Salad. I like mine with tempeh & avocado. Let me know if you want one! #vegan” — @Djangobelle
• “America’s Chief Liar should’ve gone to Aspen. No, but wait, that’s for smart people who speak in a coherent manner.” — @naliniOuditt
• “The very idea of ‘Aspen Ideas Festival’ is bad. Aspen and ideas are not a fit.” — @JPNavin
• “All things being equal, I still can’t figure out why I moved away from CO. Aspen is gorgeous, as are most towns up in the high country.” — @mayberrypatriot
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