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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... the afternoon rains, then drove back to the campground. The rain was coming down, we went in for our afternoon nap. After it cleared we went out to cook dinner, but the winds were too strong for a fire. We ate Jack Daniels Barbque , instead. Uck We went for a walk thru the campground. Sat out and watched the city light up below us. It's really cool at night,we've been sleeping with the window open. It's really ...
... we waited to board. He visited Colorado to look at house for his wife and 2 kids. They are 5 and 2. They want to move to Colorado so his wife can take advantage of a grant the state gives to women who start their own business. In addition to those passengers, there were the normal airline passengers, families with small children, business people, and individual trying to get back home.
As the ...
... spending a morning at the pool we opted to head to nearby Manitou Springs for lunch. Manitou Springs is a historic little mountain town with a vibe similar to Blowing Rock, NC. We saw families like ours, locals with big trucks, hippies with RVs and lots of motorcycles. Like many mountain villages, Manitou Springs has a river that runs through the center of town.
We enjoyed lunch at the highly recommended Adam's Mountain ...
... We got back to the hotel in time to check out. And, we were back riding again. Wayne had really been missing the bike so he was especially glad to be on the road again. We only had a short ride today, about an hour or so, to Colorado Springs. It was a good way to get back in the groove again, a short ride to a scenic city. Our agenda for today was to get to the top of Pikes Peak via the cog railway so as soon as we checked into our motel we needed ...
... into a recreation area. There were a series of footpaths around here that gave us a good workout which was required after the time in the car, and offered views out to the Rockies. We also noticed masses of scorched land, which we found out were part of a massive wildfire that had finally been put out just a couple of weeks ago. Some 32,000 residents had been evacuated and our hosts had been packed and ready to go as well. High winds gusting up to 70mph ...