Black Forest Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... France is that it's extremely easy to carpool throughout the country... and that's exactly what we did. I had carpooled to Paris on my way to Rome back in March, but this was Courtney's first time doing so. The driver dropped us off in the outskirts of Paris and we had to take the RER (regional train) into Paris and then take a metro and then a bus in order to get to our place and visit Disney! In Paris, you have to purchase RER tickets before entering the train ...
Today will be a short blog and just a few pictures. Yup, I found another dirt road! It is called the High Road and as the pics show it is indeed up a few feet. The views are of various parts of Colorado Springs. I think the one picture that shows what looks like a campus is Colorado College. The rest are of the seven mile road and the two really neat ...
... dynamics have not changed over the years.
After our tour, we were dropped in an area with many choices of eating establishments and were on our own for lunch. Wendy, Chief Casey, and I chose Ted’s Montana Grill, a chain that specialized in bison. The guys had the meatloaf special and I ordered the bison sliders f from the appetizer menu. Everything was good, the service was great and we were back on the bus by 1 PM to head to ...
... north New Mexico the day before so we encounter blowing snow coming across the highway in many spots causing us to slow down. The drive over Raton Pass with all the new snow that had fallen was spectacular. The area around Trinidad had lots of snow and the western mountains were beautiful. When we were about 100 miles south of Colorado Springs, it was like going from night to day, as the snow was ...
... next door, but we decided to try for a third place and left satisfied. The night found us in a very clean motel in a good neighborhood. We enjoyed some TV and called it a day. Tomorrow will be a challenge. Driving across the Plains is never easy. P.S. Observed barred windows on businesses in the more ne'er-do-well neighborhoods called "dispensaries" which dispense medical marijuana. I though Colorado Springs was a bastion of the Christian Coalition and the U.S.A.F. Oh, ...