Avenue Hotel Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... there. After 8 hours of driving/riding it was really nice to stretch our muscles while taking a leisurely swim.
After a couple hours, we got ready to go visit The Garden of the Gods. The only issue we had with our hotel room was the shower. The water pressure was good and hot, but the shower is on the small side, and for gals who shave their legs - this was no easy feat. Not only was the shower ...
... 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 ...
... one of the most beautiful spots in the city. I always enjoy the ride, marveling at all of the red sandstone rock formations. As we neared Balanced Rock and our turnoff for the Trading Post, we noticed the Rampart Range Road was still closed. That road traverses directly across the burn area of the Waldo Canyon fire toward Rampart Reservoir. I am not certain when the forest service will ...
Our day started at the Garden of the Gods. This is a free city park, with magnificent red sandstone rock formations. The area is lush and green, and has an abundance of wildlife. There are many hiking trails and it would be easy to spend a day there as it is very peaceful. Unfortunately we only had time for a drive around, but we did see a deer and several different birds.
Next we stopped at Manitou Cliff Dwellings. These are Anasazi dwellings, ...
... but we had picked this car up in California. I decided not to mention it. Another snow plough came down the mountain towards us. I got the instruction manual out trying to see how to go into 4 wheel drive and high grip but Gary told me not to bother; the car had done it automatically on the dirt track in Arches so we hoped it would do it automatically here.
The road continued straight but it continued to climb and the ...