Agate Hill Inn
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... for a couple of hours this morning. We needed the break.
The free breakfast at the hotel was sad, so we walked into town and had breakfast at the local bakery and cafe. Much better. We did walk around town and look into the shops and galleries, but evidently 9:00 AM was just a little too early for most of them to be open. So we wandered around for a little while and then went back to the hotel and puttered.
... Carla and Tom. After that, Tim and I headed out to meet up with John Jean, a friend of Tim's from Berkeley days. John is a professor of Chemistry at Regis University in Denver. I've seen him a few times on my various visits to Colorado, but Tim and John have not seen each other in 20 years, so this was an occasion. I had (after some difficulty, as it turns out quite a few restaurants here are closed on Sunday) ...
... way. When they got back they said the creek was really high and running really fast.
It has been a great first time tour. We highly recommend any tour with Mark Warther. Just go to the website for the Warther Museum and check them out. We are considering doing the Southwest Tour and he is putting together a Shakespeare Tour in England that sounds interesting. So tomorrow we are up at 6:45 and leave for the airport at 7:45.
... time exploring our surroundings because we had other stuff planned, but we would definitely like to go back and spend way more time here. There are lots of shops, little cafes, tons of coffee places, and of course plenty of pubs and bars to enjoy. For those of you familiar, it's kinda like Broadripple - only beefed up on steroids. Oh, and with snow capped mountains just about every where you ...
... main street named Manitou Avenue and old homes and hotels where those taking in the waters at the medicinal springs used to stay.
Manitou is a gateway to Pike’s Peak with base of cog railway, The Manitou and Pike’s Peak Railway, to the summit, the start of the Burr Trail hiking path to the top, and the "Manitou Incline" a super steep trail of an old funicular railway whose tracks were wasied out in a storm 25 years ...