Pikes Peak Paradise Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Woodland Park
... off at Winter Park for a spot of lunch but realised it was 1700hrs so thought perhaps we should find a place to stop, it was way to expensive in Winter Park so we road on until we found a small town called Hot Sulphur Springs where we found a great little Motel and a hot springs. Once checked in ...
... the small center town on the main island. It was there that we visited the ancient St Magnus Cathedral. It was begun in the year 1137, making it nearly nine hundred years old. It was the most spectacular old structure I have ever seen. It was huge. The high ceilings and stained glass windows were magnificent. Out side were old grave stones of by gone days of centuries before. Another special place on the Orkney Islands was Skara Brae. ...
... scenes like huge elk grazing road side with a snowy peaks back drop, and the ever present holllywood induced sense that this is what wilderness should look like, I often felt wrapped up in a big glorious cliché!
After coasting the beast over the mtn pass we pulled in to a state park campsite and chose a site beside 3 huge Elk who were chilling in the shade about 15ft from our camper. The ranger came by and told us we would probably be alright ...
... especially the bathroom thing, if I want to keep my day job! Back to my current life, we ended up going an extra 25mi but it was totally worth it to stay in a resovior camp site in Pueblo! We went in water, sang songs around campfire while listening to ukulele (not even corny), stargazed and just took in every moment! One of the highlight stays of the trip for sure, just missing Kayla and Jordyn from home to make it feel 100% complete. The ...
... atmosphere in taking your breath away.
A couple of phone calls from the one side of the summit where we could get a signal, and then back down, where they stop you and check the heat of your brakes halfway down to make sure you won't reach the bottom faster than expected.
Now to find a place to get changed out of the warm clothes we had for the summit to something more suitable to the plains of Kansas where we're off to ...