BEST WESTERN PLUS Peak Vista Inn & Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
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First stop in Colorado was Mesa Verde National Park. A lot of the park was closed for the season but I was able to do a nice little hike on Spruce Canyon Trail and see some pretty cool ruins from viewpoints along the Mesa Top Loop. Next was Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, which is a beautiful place. Again, it was mostly closed for ...
... to hold on in order not to fall! We found Aladdin's corner and sang to the magic carpet ride! "A whole new world!!!!!!" - We must have looked a little strange singing Disney songs, because the park only seemed to attract young children with their parents - I guess it's not a big tradition here in Europe for teens to go to theme parks and relive their childhoods..
Anyway, lunch was at Disney Village and we enjoyed delicious pasta and desserts at ...
... started about 45 minutes late. It was a short but beautiful wedding. It did start to sprinkle during their vows but then the sun shined bright as Billy got to kiss his bride. We headed inside for the reception and just in time. It started to pour.
We headed back down about 7:30pm and finally got to see the major damage from the rain before. As your driving down 24 and you look off the side towards ...
Linda, Sabina, Julian, Manuel, Chuckie and I took a day trip to Colorado Springs, We wanted to see the the Garden of the Gods Park. It is land donated to the city of Colorado Springs by a family in memory of their father and the land was specified to be free to the public. Traveling to Colorado Springs we pass several towns or cities, one being Castle Rock named after a rock formation ...
... I have seen penguins in many zoos and NONE were this bad. The enclosure was worn and it broke my heart to think that this is the life these penguins would always have. There was nothing nurturing about it at all. We then wandered to the gorilla exhibit and this is where my hopes dwindled. I thought that possibly the penguin area was bad because they need to keep them inside and warm etc. Well the gorilla was just sitting there looking suicidal and ...