Avenue Hotel Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of around 6000 feet above sea level. Tired from the drive but eager to explore we walked the quaint streets of historic Manitou Springs and saw our fair share of unusual mountain hippies. Impressed but not yet satisfied we ended our first day in this amazing state with a hike through Red Rock Canyon Open Space. Words will not do it justice and although Becs photography skills are amazing the photos do not fully capture just what it is like ...
... the toilet has a heated seat and the tub is a jacuzzi. We rested for a few minutes until our luggage arrived. Then we headed out to see Manitou Springs. About half of the businesses were closed due to the flooding. There is a stream which flows through town that is raging with water from the mountains. We saw it at several places on our walk. When we reached the other end of the downtown district we stopped at The Keg Bar and Grill. Larry and Derek ...
... the temperature...It was -3.5C !!!!. The was down was amazing there are only guard rails on curves leaving nothing between you and air ! A bicyclist was going so fast downhill, he got caught up with a line of cars and had to slow down. When I got down to the bottom it was 20C and I was sweating. Colorado weather.
Next thing I did was to take a Cave tour in Cave of the Winds. Coming into the grounds was a series of very tricky hairpin ...
We decided to go to the Garden of the Gods Trading Post today for a buffalo burger. On the way, I took a short detour to the overlook on Mesa Road. I wanted to take some photos of the Garden of the Gods. I also wanted to see the burn scars from the Waldo Canyon fire. From the overlook, the mandatory photo is of the rock formation which contains the Kissing Camels with Pikes Peak looming in ...
... our must-do list. It has a mixture of organic, wholefood and Mediterranean food served in a high-ceiling room decorated with natural wood and stone but with some unique art on the walls which G describes as grotesque, fantasy fairyland. You need to go and see for yourselves really. We would return there for breakfast tomorrow before driving the Interstate to the airport. That night, as ...