Black Forest Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... lean brisket, half pound of moist brisket and half a pound of pork ribs. We pick the most sides we think are most authentic to the experience ---creamed corn and baked beans. We also grab some banana pudding and peach cobbler.
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... through what is known as "Hell Gate", a natural gateway in the mountains.
Right below the old settlement of Ruxton Park, the train passes through what is known as "Hell Gate", a natural gateway in the mountains. After a few more minutes, the train passes through Deer Park, where passengers sometimes catch a glimpse of mule deer grazing.Then we pass over the Four Mile Siding and get our first glimpse of Pikes Peak! Another siding comes up, Mountain ...