BEST WESTERN Executive Inn & Suites
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... yesterday and the margarita I shared with Paul went straight to my head. Today, up at 10,000 feet got to me more. I felt a little dizzy all day. NO COMMENTs. Paul has felt a little tired and short of breath and has had the hiccups all day. We aren't sure if its from the altitude or not. His hiccups started when we got off the gondola. It would make sense. Now they are just coming and going. We arrived in Colorado Springs around 6 and took a drive through ...
... bed and napped thru the rain. The storm lifted about 6, We got out and took a long walk thru the park , came back and had a Bloody Mary with olives and laughing cow cheese on pretzel cracker, called it dinner! It was cool outside, the campground host came by in his little mule thing, so we bought some firewood. However by. This time it was time for Naked and Afraid, so we went in ...
... place for me to stay at his daughter's home in Desborough, UK.
Desborough is a small village, outside Kettering, UK, that is most populated with working class people. So basically not a place tourist from around the world flock to. While this might seem like a deal breaker, I am excited to get the true English experience. I like think of it as some one coming to America and going to a small ...
... States, located 10 miles (16 km) west of the city of Colorado Springs. Pikes Peak is composed of a characteristic pink granite called Pikes Peak granite. The color is due to a large amount of potassium feldspar. ]
Dave's wife Dianne did not join us, saying she is fearful of heights. She shopped the ecclectic shops below in Manitou Springs instead. The ...
Exhausted from our drive, we finally arrived in our hotel near Colorado Springs. We knew we had two options for visiting the Great Sand Dunes National Park. Arrive early or go later in the afternoon. Going in the middle of the day was hazardous as the temperatures of the sand can reach 120 degrees. OUCH!!!! After three days of endless hiking and driving, we decided on a mid afternoon arrival. The towns we drove past to get to Colorado springs had interesting names ...