Cheyenne Canon Inn
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... Zoey. At 1700 they lower the flag with more bugle playing and canon fire. This happens everyday , and we can hear it each time. We left the campground early, and drove out to Pikes Peak Road. We stopped on the way and bought sandwiches at Panera . We picnicked on the way up the mountain at a nice little picnic area. We saw a gravel road to the right, we gotta Jeep Wrangler Sport ..he'll yeah. Took some ...
... br> for the colony. When we reached I-25 we
headed north to Colorado Springs. Driving north on I-25 the views were
fantastic with the plains on the right and the Rocky Mountains raising magically
and majestically out of the relatively flat land. Surprisingly even this far south we could see
snow on the mountain tops. In Colorado
Springs we checked into the “Goldfield RV Park” where we will spend several
days exploring the area.
... place is very popular as we watch the constant stream of people buying take out food and the seating area filling up around us.
This meal is not going to be the best meal of the trip but it was a fun place to eat and no one went hungry.
WE headed back to the hotel to call it night early. We ...
... car places to get more money. I guess if you were really using the road (470) as in staying in the area for a while maybe it would pay for the convenience but I am thinking this will NOT pay for itself if you don’t need to use that road.
We arrived at the hotel at around 3 and checked in. We are staying at a Hampton Inn near the Air Force Academy and it is really nice. The guy at check in…Stephen I think was so sweet. He gave ...
... at the base of the dunes and started to climb the first big dune. Both Dario and I looked at each other as our legs sunk in deep to just between the ankle and the knee. How many of these could we do? We decided not to be heros and just climb up six or seven dunes to a high point, sit and enjoy the view. Those 6-7 dunes took us well over an hour of climbing. We watched in amazement as the children ran up and down the dunes with ease as we struggled. Finally we found a ...