Holden House - 1902 Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... knowing that I could pay for it. So I told them I would leave my camera with them so they would know I would come back l, and I would find an atm and pay them for the drinks. 20 mins later I finally found a working atm ( first 2 were broken) thankfully walmart came through for us. ( another reason I love walmart) we got the cash and headed back. It all turned out to be a blessing in disguise because while we were having our drinks it had started to rain and walking ...
... Conference. I shared my story and called the associates and volunteers to continue with their mission of empowering these children around the world, because sometimes it takes someone else believing in you to truly empower you. Jack, the president of Junior Achievement USA offered me an internship with JAUSA for Summer 2014, so immediately after returning from France, I was temporarily relocated to Colorado Springs for the summer and joined an amazing team as we ...
... Garden of the gods was nice. It needed to be done in the morning. By 11 it was 95.. So about 30 degrees plus. We found a mule deer...then thought about it after that it had huge scars along its sides... Went into visitor centre to find out that mountain lions are in the area... Apparently humans never see them...only run over them at night. Happy hour again tonight..... Rocky mountain national park ...
... a few hours, we were on I-25 heading north to Raton where we ascended to almost 8,000 feet, and as we all know, what goes up must come down. Going up, the Dodge actually shifted into second gear, and coming down, we used the Jake Brake. And, why is it that when you start the descent, there’s always a sharp curve? Maybe it’s supposed to slow you down but I don’t think that works.
We arrived in Colorado Springs ...
... He didn’t have to hunt for food or risk death. And he was most importantly educating people not only on what a polar bear looks like but how we as humans can avoid injuring other animals like he was as a cub. Sea World also rehabilitates animals on a regular basis and returns them to the wild when they can be. (In the case of the polar bear he would never be able to return to the wild I think because he wouldn’t be able to survive on his ...