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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... started worry that this non-mommy approved activity might end poorly. His legs were numb. We chatted it up with the boy's family and ended up giving them our blog link. They were so nice. We had lunch in this little restaurant called the Warming Hut. The food was unbelievably good. NO JOKE. Our adventurous and carnivorous daughter, Elizabeth, had the slider trio of bison, pork and short ribs. They were done to perfection and were delicious. Paul and I shared ...
... to the motor home . Had some cereal, and a shower, then we got in the jeep, and drove out of Colorado Springs, around Pikes Peak, thru curvy mountainous road to Cripple Creek. It's really a beautiful drive. We spent the day there , returned to Colorado Springs thru the usual afternoon rain shower. I took a picture from our patio, of a ...
... we waited to board. He visited Colorado to look at house for his wife and 2 kids. They are 5 and 2. They want to move to Colorado so his wife can take advantage of a grant the state gives to women who start their own business. In addition to those passengers, there were the normal airline passengers, families with small children, business people, and individual trying to get back home.
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... br> OK…we were back to the rig by 2PM and readied for the big night. We began the evening by having our photo taken for their 2013 Album. I may have neglected to mention, this is the Ticonderoga Veteran’s Association with a national membership of nearly 900. They have been having reunions every year since the 1950s. John has only been to 1 other …so far. Both Fred and Dave are going to be officers next year, and John is more fired up than ...
...on the top of Pike's Peak (14, 110 ft above sea level) and at the Air Force Academy.
Today was a long day, but an interesting one. I had left it too long to check on tickets for the cog train up to the top of Pike's Peak (one can drive, but that is much more arduous and much less interesting), so we were figuring on getting tickets to the 4:00 or 5:40 trains when I called at 7:30 a.m. The plan was to go visit the ...