Days Inn Colorado Springs
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... National Forest and at an elevation of 8,700ft (reading bedtime stories became a challenge due to shortness of breath). The place is an idyll; the 'village' is made up of a number of log cabins nestled in a valley surrounded by waterfalls, forest (which at this time of year offers an optimum palette of yellows, golds and reds as well as the usual greens) and snow capped mountains (there was a storm a few days before we arrived that gave the hills a good dump of snow). ...
Comfort break Decided The best option for tonight is to visit Garden of the Gods again, then go for a meal and drinks. I now have 'van legs' - when I sit still everything seems to be moving around me! We went to Garden of the Gods - some pretty impressive rock structures. We had a quick walk around but it was cold ...
... flight from Chicago to Boston that would let me stay on my ticketed flight out of the Springs. Great! The minor challenge had been overcome with little effort or inconvenience - I could continue with a nice leisurely travel day. Beautiful blue skies, cool crisp air and a view of the snow-capped Pikes Peaks led me to wander outside for a while before going to meet the local TSA agents. The sounds of a gentle breeze rustling through the leaves was... interrupted... It ...
... to swerve a lot more due to crosswinds (or more logically the crosswinds were very strong... whatever!). Once we had driven thriugh Denver and were on our way towards Wyoming, the weather took a turn for the worse. It started with a bit of a drizzle, which turned into light rain, and ended up with a mile or two of heavy rainsuch that the windscreen wipers couldn't clear it quick enough, and we had to slow down to 60 mph ...
... Garfunkle, but we nicknamed him Art Deco.
Our friends did not join our tour to the Garden of the Gods, but everyone becomes friends on reunions of any size. We pointed out the various rock configurations to each other and were filled with awe as we walked the trails to point out the signs of Nature: spring flowers, young critters scooting along the red ground and the cloud touching peaks of these red granite rocks!
We walked very little in the ...