Comfort Suites Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... holiday season to be full-timing. But we ended up having one of the coldest December in years. We just couldn't get warm. We had multiple electric heaters running, we were blowing through propane like it was water. Then... frozen pipes!
We had looked at 5th wheels for several months, but didn't expect to get one until we were down south. We had heard there was a lot more inventory ...
... one hand and a warm breakfast burrito in the other. Their belongings were on the floor next to them and they were chatting away like old friends gathering at the local bake shop for morning coffee and a donut. Upon further looking, I noticed one very clean, well dressed man next to a Starbucks cardboard coffee decanter and a bag of breakfast burritos. I suspect he brought these delicacies to the park each weekend and offered them ...
... 23rd & Western, and the amount of retail space was increased to approximately 1,000 square feet.
Steve graduated from high school in 1981 and began working full time as the Store Operations Supervisor. He was promoted to Executive Vice President in 2000 and named President of Hobby Lobby Stores in December of 2004. Hobby Lobby is foremost an arts & crafts store, but includes many departments such as hobbies, picture framing, jewelry ...
... a hailstorm that even traveling 5 mph feels like a risk (especially when you can't see more than about 15 feet in front of the car, yikes!)
Time to scout out some fireworks! Unfortunately, it's totally illegal in Colorado, so we have to see if we can walk to where we can view as show being put on at a nearby baseball stadium.
Can't promise more detail later (have to get back to work soon!) but I will post ...
... you can no longer overlook anything. Of the remaining three, no sign (literally). The Visitor's Center is the most namby pamby visitor's center I ever saw: you can go in and get a map (which we already had), on which no one will draw a yellow line, apparently. There must have been six people sitting behind the desk; not one showed any interest in us. There is, however, a HUGE gift shop. (We did not partake.)