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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... we swam away the afternoon and felt so amazingly refreshed by the end of it. Then we got back in the car and drove all the way to Colorado Springs. We somehow ended up at a brew pub (how did that happen ;) which was in a refurbished elementary school called Ivywild School. The school is now a cool dining complex that reminded us of the McMennamin properties in Oregon (awesome places to check out if you're ever in Oregon!). The food was good and beer even ...
... was a short drive to Garden of the Gods where we walked among the imposing red sandstone formations in the morning mist. A railroad magnate bought the original 240-acre site in 1879 and declared that it was so beautiful it should be maintained free for public use into perpetuity.
Our amiable, young conductor/tour guide beckoned us to board the 1980-era passenger train. As we chugged straight up the side of Pikes Peak, he regaled us with historic facts ...
Saturday May 17, 2014
This morning we headed north on I-25 to exit 156 and the Air Force Academy. The academy is nestled between I-25 and the “Front Range” of the Rocky Mountains on a huge track of
land. It is an area of some flat areas but it is mostly steep hills. There were no guided tours available, but we did watch an orientation film at the visitor’s center and ...
... and grab some lunch. We park the car and as we walk towards a hot dog/ice cream stand we notice an old arcade filled with nostalgic games. There is a penny arcade area that is filled with really old games, many of which you can play for a dime. Patrick and Lyndsey play a ...
... hotel and called it a day.
Thursday morning we visited Garden of the Gods Park near our hotel. This is a really beautiful spot with weird rock formations that seem to pop up out of nowhere. We walked around for a bit and admired the scenery. It was super busy there so we didn't stay too long. We left the park and drove to the Warwick in Denver where our friend Keith works. We had the ...