Comfort Suites Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... play on. I almost wanted to join them. The land around the playground was green and lush and prooved to be a pretty awesome back ground for family photos of the kids ( even with the weird guy screaming out behind us not sure who he was yelling at seeing as he was alone) We drove through old town colorado springs just looking at all the houses that like they were movie sets. We headed next to green mountain falls I wanted to take photos at the gazebo that is there. ( its ...
... a grocery store after 8pm and get something to eat! I certainly appreciate everything about the United States so much more! God bless America today and always!
Saturday began our journey to Colorado Springs. I have been a student with Junior Achievement since 4th grade. All throughout Elementary, Middle and High School, I was blessed with a volunteer ready to teach my class about financial literacy, career planning and just how to achieve one's dreams. JA ...
... bed, a shower, quick breakfast and off we went. I will not write too much about this day, but we did sightseeing from 6.30 am until 4.30 pm...and the pictures will show you what we saw!
Around 4.30 pm it was time to start the drive back to Colorado Springs...This time we took the highway, but still 670 km, but in theory an hour faster. But after 200 km it started to rain :-(. After 420 km we decided to make ...
... rangers at the top knew we were coming. As we approached 13 the ranger had the road blocked but he moved the barricade for us and let us go up! So kind. So we get to like 14 and the fog was thick as pea soup and I was driving so we managed to get to 16 before I turned around. We had been to 17 earlier and it was nice but driving in such thick fog through tight narrow switchbacks and sheer drop offs in the darkening sky was not pleasant at all. We saw ...
... more difficult because of the thin air in the high altitude at 14,000 ft above sea level. The air was now cold and very windy. We reached the summit and, at 2:15 in the afternoon, we stood on top of "THE PEAK". The temperature was 43 and the wind chill was 38. We were so excited to have reached the summit. We walked around in the cold to experience the views and take photos. Many people congratulated us for making the climb and others could not believe we ...