Days Inn Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Monday, September 22nd - Colorado Springs, CO.
No professional help was available to fix our water heater. With some direction from a nice mobile RV repair fellow, Dex spent the morning working on getting our water heater while I did laundry.
Dex managed to get the hot water working again which left us time in the midafternoon to visit with friends, Bill & Ruth at their home before joining in on a ...
Tuesday May 20, 2014
This morning we again headed north on US Rt. 24 to the
town of “Manitou Springs” and the “Manitou Cliff Dwellings”. This is a privately owned property containing the cliff dwellings of the Anasazi Indians that lived there from 1100 A.D. to
1300 A.D. and a “Pueblo” building built in ...
We grab some hotel breakfast and decide to head to the Manitou Cliff Dwellings. We had hoped to visit Mesa Verde National Park in southern Colorado but due to the changes in our schedule when the parks were closed we had to skip the area. We were very excited ...
... Lodge; lunch in car; dinner @ Karen's in Colorado Springs Accommodations: Karen's house in Colorado Springs Miles Driven: 379 miles Driven on Interstates: 0 (0%) Drive Time: 8:05 (~47 mph avg) Weather: coolish 83 on leaving Durango in the morning, rising to 98 midafternoon north of Great Dunes N.P. Movie Watched: (none) Highlights: - beautiful drive across southern Colorado - cool drive into Great Sand Dunes N.P. - sledding down 200+ ...
... and me toured around the place, the grandparents and me took the incline railroad. It took us all the way down to the river and back up. Then we went through Phantom Canyon, which was beyond beautiful. It was a dirt road that you could only go twenty mph on and it was so worth the time. I even took pictures through the sunroof of grandma’s truck. We then went through to Cripple Creek, Colorado. Tons of casinos! Then we came back to the camper and settled down for the ...