BEST WESTERN Executive Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... the residence became isolated and quiet. It was getting close to the end of a wonderful journey and now everyone was walking through separate paths. Courtney, Bee, Monica, Luis, Alexandre and I spent some time together. We had ice cream in Place Stanislas and rejoiced at how much we felt like locals. A tourist train weaved its way through the town center and people looked out onto the impressive architecture, flashing their cameras and trying to hold their smiles ...
... found out that we will have to do this every time we need money, as we can’t get a new card while we are here.
After all the hassle with the card, we finally headed back to Colorado Springs. It was storming the whole way and was a bit scary, but the traffic was travelling quite slowly, so not too bad.
We checked into a hotel and then found a place so we could have a calming drink ...
... ready for a new milestone in my life. In my second week at work the Belgian boss was passing by for a short visit. So on Tuesday just before lunchtime he showed up. But then late in the afternoon another weird experience, bushfires close to the office. Just a few miles away...it was better to leave the office, but it was almost 17.00 anyway. In the evening we were supposed to go out for dinner with the Belgian boss, but while two of my american colleagues ...
... shrine for himself so he named it for his friend Will Rogers. I particularly enjoyed the first floor murals by New Mexico artist Randall Davey that depict the early development of the Pikes Peak region.
And my third stop of the day was the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, a place I’ve known about for more than 20 years and have always thought, “This summer I’m going to go to the zoo one day.” Cheyenne Mountain ...
... think there is a balance between allowing animals to roam free and finding better ways to incorporate them into a devise for education and learning and helping connect people to a world they would otherwise not know. I thought as a society we had learned to do better. I do not know how these animals came to be at this zoo but I do know one thing. Regardless of if they were raised in captivity or taken from the wild, whether they were healthy ...