Old Town GuestHouse

Address: 115 S 26th St., Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80904, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 115 S 26th St., Colorado Springs, is near Old Colorado City Historic District, Academy Riding Stables, Ghost Town Museum, and Michael Garman Sculpture Gallery.
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      Last Day in Colorado Springs

      A travel blog entry by judyweemes on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... over CS. Richard had to wash the Jeep, of course. Neither of us were hungry, since we ate at Cripple Creek earlier. I did some laundry, getting things ready to move out , I really like this campground. We've had deer walking thru our camp. The trails are great, the weather is perfect. The views are beautiful day and night. We will definitely be ...

      Some Background

      A travel blog entry by a_warner on Mar 20, 2014

      ... extended family.

      My mother's family is half english and half american, so I have relatives all over Europe and the US. My father's family is primarily Panamanian but is less connected because his parent immigrated to the US before he was born. I asked around and discovered my grandparents on my mother's side were taking a trip back to England for my grandfather's 80th birthday in March. He ...

      Day 5 - Rest and Leisure

      A travel blog entry by sunnydazed on Jul 03, 2013

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      ... but it was over 90 minutes long and didn't work into our schedule. Maybe next time!

      Finally it was time for our tour and we met our tour guide who had tons of personality. Our tour group was about 15 people total from different parts of the country. Interestingly no one was from Colorado.

      The cave tour was in one word--fantastic. It was much better than I expected. We were given about an hour tour and got a lot ...

      Pick up the Bike + Pikes Peak

      A travel blog entry by kiwiplanner on Sep 04, 2012

      ... of cities. We also managed to spot a few marmots, some big horned sheep and a deer or two. When we got back to the bottom we decided that we were too tired to stop at Manitou Springs, so we continued back to our motel and walked to a nearby restaurant for some dinner. I picked up a few groceries afterward then went to join Wayne in our motel room for some more relaxation, still trying to catch up with all that had gone on during the last couple of ...

      Big screen, big fires and big steak

      A travel blog entry by spoggle on Jul 21, 2012

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      ... movie, the first time I'd watched one in many a year and the first time since I'd watched the Family Guy parodies which made a whole lot more sense afterwards, and made the original a lot funnier. A quiet night in followed chatting away over dinner and we headed to be, having not seen much of Colorado Springs, but being more interested in heading up nice and early into the Rocky mountains. One thing we knew was that we were looking forward to a cooler mountain ...