Spurs and Lace Bed and Breakfast Inn
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Facilities are excellent. The breakfasts were great. Great location, lots of resturants nearby. The hosts are very nice and helpful.
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Friday, June 19: today was a full, but fun day. We had film session at 9am and then a session on nutrition for athletes at 10am. I actually learned quite a bit! We left the OTC (Olympic Training Center) to go to the Garden of the Gods. I've included pictures but they really don't do it justice...and it is so appropriately named! We ...
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We had breakfast this morning at The Egg & I, good food and a wonderful witress.
Off to Passages: Bible Experience about 3 miles away.
There were no photos allowed in the Passages: Bible Experience. I can tell you it was amazing. The displays were well marked and the information boards matched the numbered items on display. We spent about 3 hrs. but could have spent more time. The employees were friendly and helpful. If this traveling museum ...
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After our tour, we were dropped in an area with many choices of eating establishments and were on our own for lunch. Wendy, Chief Casey, and I chose Ted’s Montana Grill, a chain that specialized in bison. The guys had the meatloaf special and I ordered the bison sliders f from the appetizer menu. Everything was good, the service was great and we were back on the bus by 1 PM to head to ...
... juice, coffee, and tea in the fridge. Snacks in a basket on the kitchen counter. And all for $60 a night! Such cozy, intimate, and private accommodations! So after a nice nap, we headed to the historic area of Colorado Springs for dinner. I'm looking forward to clearer weather tomorrow, so we can really explore the area. Sorry, no pictures for today. It wasn't a picture taking kind of day. More tomorrow!