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After leaving the Rocky Mountain National park we travelled towards Boulder, then Denver (shucks, no sighting of Peyton.... he must be at practice), to our destination for the night, Colorado Springs. We are staying at a gorgeous, grand hotel, the Antlers Hilton, on this New Year's Eve. This hotel was built more than 100 years ago, but has been meticulously ...
... so he liked it pretty well. Larry got a 1/2 pound cheeseburger that came with nothing else. It was big enough he didn't need anything else. I got a whole carafe of ice water and "The Golden" a chicken curry over couscous with spinach and topped with sun-dried tomatoes, green onions and sliced almonds. It was delicious.
We returned to our room where I wrote the blog. In the middle of writing Derek skyped us to tell us that he made ...
... 25; we are being delayed."
OK...we we boarded at 9AM and headed toward the Air Force Academy. Then there was a 30- minute delay waiting for the 2nd busload, and no one to lead the tour of the chapel. At 10AM we listened to the ladies describe the life in the day of a cadet routine on the Campus, followed by details of this extradinaroy structure that was built with the help of Frank Lloyd Wright guidelines in 1963 at the price ...
... that although we had gone out of our way and lost a lot of time heading back to the Peak to Peak drive would be the most pleasant way to get to Denver where we will be forced to take the highway all the way to Colorado Springs. We are way behind what we thought we would be and I know Jym is exhausted. Heading back into the park was unexpected and ate up 2.5 hours of time and this little detour oopsy probably set up back at least an ...
... and sat. We saw people in the distance that had climb way to the top. WOW. That would have been quite an accomplishment! We watched as parents carried sleds for the kids to sled down the dunes. People rolled on their sides down the dunes and were covered head to toe in sand, others ran down the dunes kicking sand up behind them. Defeated and tired, we made the most of it. Just sitting and admiring the gorgeous views of the mountain range behind the dunes gave us a feeling of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking