Two Sisters Inn - A Bed and Breakfast
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You'lll wind your way through nearly a mile of Colorado caverns, including the Majestic Hall, the Bridal Chamber and the Temple of Silence. You’ll duck under Fat Man’s Misery, marvel at geological formations like the Giant’s Bleeding Heart, and experience total cave ...
... girls also experienced practicing grinding some corn (what the children would have been put to work doing at that time), and enjoyed coming home with an archery set, to practice with at their house...We picked up some pizza and headed to Tony's home that evening to see him and his family, also so Tony could argue a little bit of politics later that night (and clean up on movie trivia... ;)
Laura and I took some girl time out the next morning to ...
... next door, but we decided to try for a third place and left satisfied. The night found us in a very clean motel in a good neighborhood. We enjoyed some TV and called it a day. Tomorrow will be a challenge. Driving across the Plains is never easy. P.S. Observed barred windows on businesses in the more ne'er-do-well neighborhoods called "dispensaries" which dispense medical marijuana. I though Colorado Springs was a bastion of the Christian Coalition and the U.S.A.F. Oh, ...
... to that store until we realized we had already been in it.
When we discovered that, I sent the kids across the street to save us a spot at an outdoor cafe. Leslie went with them. I stopped at Patsy's, a Manitou tradition. I think it opened in 1910. I bought a box of caramel popcorn with nuts. Wonderful!!!
I then went across the street to meet everyone at the cafe. The name of the cafe was Coquette's Bistro and ...
... of snow north of Denver on Tuesday. Apparently the forecast for this region today included the possibility of snow.
We were heading for Manitou Springs which is where we have stayed for our last night prior to flying from Denver on the soon-to-be three occasions that we have flown out of Denver. It is an hour and a half away from Denver International Airport and only 5 miles off the I-25 which is the main north-south ...