Lumber Baron Inn & Gardens
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... as 'high end', 'cool', 'classy'). All we wanted was a bowl of noodle soup! Much to our dismay, Bubu was closed! (being Labour Day). The bowl of noodles still in our mind, we walked back to Union station square to 'Zoe Ma Ma', which did not disappoint.
Denver is ever the walking city (with friendly bicycle access) and we enjoyed a leisiurely stroll around the Capitol Hill area. The term 'Mile High city' describes ...
Today we woke up, ate breakfast and watched some t.v. Then, AA took the kids to the park, where the met UD's brother Dave and his wife Hillary and there kids, Adele (3) and Amos (7 months), but we soon left because it was WAY to hot :( so when we got back, we played monopoly while UD and Tommy played Bounce off. Then UD and Mom and Dad went to lunch at Union Station while the kids and ...
I woke up early this morning around 5.30 - 6am as we have crossed out of Idaho and the time has changed well I think it has. Today we should see some nice scenery, I hope so as it will make up for the shocking sleeping arrangements. We went to breakfast and sat with a Japanese couple, the breakfast was very ordinary, we ordered scrambled eggs which was like an omelette really but no filling. The bacon was so thin you could see through it and the potatoes overlooked, ...
... back to the tent. We toured the grounds, enjoyed the pool, Jacuzzi, and then had dinner at the Summit.
Jens' day was made complete by the birthday messages that he had received from many of you. Thank you so much.
The next day, Wednesday, we decided to ascend Pikes Peak, a 14,110 feet tall mountain not too far away. We walked around Manitou Springs downtown, had a nice lunch on ...
... told us he has a trailer load of explosives, but that seems nothing out of the ordinary for the folks in these parts! Our trucker friend spoke with a really heavy deep Southern drawl that made him difficult to understand. He carries 3 CB radios and said that he preferred driving nights. We didn't ask him if his tag was 'Rubber Duck' but we're sure it was!
Thursday 27 March
After quite a good nights sleep on my top bunk (Val had the lower one that wasn't much ...