Pikes Peak Paradise Bed and Breakfast
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... through here, but the drought made it tough to fund much water anywhere. I hoped Andrew would give up on his idea, and doubted he would. He was no longer the boy who whined on every little hike asking to be picked up. On this trip he had pulled us up and down mountains on paths I would never take except for his insistance. But the heat got to him. We were baking from the sun above a d beneath our feet. Andrew, and not I, suggested we try this another day. We joined Mom ...
... cart enveloped in the frenetic chaos of a Bangkok intersection, it won't matter if I've forgotten that third backup camera battery.
I know that when I'm laying on an island beach with the South China Sea lapping at my toes and the equatorial sun blazing down through the palm fronds, I'll realize that I can always buy a pair of sunglasses to replace the ones I might have left on the kitchen table.
And I know when I'm sipping a cold ...
... come to the adult and sensible realisation that next time I have to pack up camp it might be better to have granola and coffee for breakfast as everything seemed so la la la la la. And also having to deal with the freaky and disturbing sight of The Goat wearing jeans and without a tail was almost enough to tip me over the edge!! Clothes really don't suit him!!
Saying goodbyes today was incredibly hard and I will miss the funky bunch of ...
... the city of Amarillo. Those probably were the main attractions of the day. However, even though the whole day, again, was spent on the road, we were able to see some really nice changes in the scenery. The small towns in Colorado seemed to be really cosy ones. Surprisingly our group ended up in a chain motel near to the same old McDonald's/Taco Bell/Starbucks/Wendy’s/Village Inn –hell. Tomorrow the plan is to visit the capital and a near-by city called Boulder. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting