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Photos: Top U.S. cities travel index names Denver king of cheap cocktails and more

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With the summer vacation season upon us, we recently looked at Cardhub.com's list of the ten worst U.S. travel cities -- and why Denver was the best.

Now, TripAdvisor.com has come up with its own breakdown of travel bargains, focusing on overall costs in the top twenty U.S. cities, as well as four specific categories: hotels, dinners, taxis and cocktails. And whaddya know: Denver finishes atop two of these contests. Which ones? Look below to see photos, graphics and details.

Hotel costs: Number 1: Las Vegas Number 11: Denver Number 20: Honolulu Continue for more about the TripAdvisor.com top U.S. cities travel index -- and where Denver placed. Dinner costs: Number 1: Seattle Number 9: Denver Number 20: Las Vegas Continue for more about the TripAdvisor.com top U.S. cities travel index -- and where Denver placed. Taxi costs: Number 1: Denver Number 20: Los Angeles Continue for more about the TripAdvisor.com top U.S. cities travel index -- and where Denver placed. Cocktails cost: Number 1: Denver Number 20: New York City Continue for more about the TripAdvisor.com top U.S. cities travel index -- and where Denver placed. Total costs: Number 1: Las Vegas Number 9: Denver Number 20: Honolulu See also: Cardhub.com.

More from our Lists & Weirdness archive: "Photos: Ten worst domestic-travel cities for summer 2013 -- and why Denver was the best."

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