Avenue Hotel Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... we rode the long 1.3 mile ride to the Cog Railway Depot and picked up our tickets. Luckily we had booked the tickets online last week, because they were sold out until late Friday. We hung out at the depot, looked at the t-shirts in the gift shop, and decided to wait until we saw what they had at the summit. When the train pulled in at about 11:40 for boarding, it was red and very modern. The seats were wood and ...
... reservation at a place called 2 South Food and Wine Bar (good reviews on Yelp). When we got there, it turned out that there was a bit of a problem; once a month they do a special event which involves a fixed menu and family style serving, which I was not told about and which we were not really interested in (since a: Tim and I had eaten a big lunch only two hours before and b: we wanted to be able to sit and talk ...
... Warther family, the carving and the knife making. Mark does carving but mostly in the winter months when there are no tours. We headed north on I-25 and stopped at the Cuerno Verde rest area for our break today, the same one Larry and I had lunch at last week. After our break Mark showed another video on all the things to do near Colorado Springs.
We got off of I-25 at Garden of the Gods Road and headed to the Visitor's Center. It was closed ...
... ascends 2,000 feet in less than a mile. It’s a favorite of he-men crossfitter types.
I took the tour of Miramont Castle, a grand Victorian mansion constructed in 1895 in a myriad of architectural styles by a Catholic priest as his home but used in its early history mostly as a sanitarium operated by Catholic Sisters of Mercy. It also houses a firefighters’ museum.
After lunch at a Middle Eastern restaurant on Manitou ...
... a flight refueling plane [go visit Wikipedia: Boeing KC-97 Stratotanker]. This plane was sectioned and we climbed the stairs to our deck, were seated in the wing section at our booth and served by our uniformed 'captain of the evening'. We also were invited into the cockpit to view the original (non-)functioning controls and communications equipment. Fred and John were high on their surroundings!
Phyllis and Fred had only ...