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... 17 spires. It is very modernistic and the one outstanding building on the campus. Only about 1 quarter of the grounds are open to the public due to 911. That includes most of the cadet quarters and classrooms which are in the northwest quadrant.
Kathy discovered something interesting. The final three sites under consideration for the Academy were Colorado Springs, Lake Geneva, ...
... computer and my typing begins two paragraphs back instead of where I intend it to go, I have to stop and correct. It becomes a lesson in frustration. It’s like walking in a swimming pool. You get there but it takes more energy and time than walking on a flat sidewalk. Hence each accomplishment is ********.
Later we drive through the Garden of the Gods, a short road through a unique area in Manitou Springs that has tall red rock ...
... we arrived at JFK! It took me almost an hour to get through customs, ML was waiting patiently for me. Too many Russians willing to enter the US. Normally we had plenty of time for the connection flight but everything went that slow that we were almost running out of time. But when we finally arrived at the gate, we saw that the flight from JFK to Denver was delayed with 1,5 hour. But as compensation we got a $10 voucher for any bar/restaurant at the airport and free ...
... dumb and dumber in front of me tore themselves away from the football game to spend a minute admiring the fabulous world around them…although I am convinced they didn’t appreciate it.
The Denver airport is very nice and clean and once I figured out that I had to take the train to the main terminal and then find my bag claim I was good to go. Jenn arrived an hour later and we made our way on the shuttle to the rental car place ...
... more difficult because of the thin air in the high altitude at 14,000 ft above sea level. The air was now cold and very windy. We reached the summit and, at 2:15 in the afternoon, we stood on top of "THE PEAK". The temperature was 43 and the wind chill was 38. We were so excited to have reached the summit. We walked around in the cold to experience the views and take photos. Many people congratulated us for making the climb and others could not believe we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking