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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... yesterday and the margarita I shared with Paul went straight to my head. Today, up at 10,000 feet got to me more. I felt a little dizzy all day. NO COMMENTs. Paul has felt a little tired and short of breath and has had the hiccups all day. We aren't sure if its from the altitude or not. His hiccups started when we got off the gondola. It would make sense. Now they are just coming and going. We arrived in Colorado Springs around 6 and took a drive through ...
... needed a bath, and we wanted to cook steaks ,so we headed to town . By the time we got thru shopping, the skies had changed to dark stormy clouds, you could see the lightening flashing down to the mountain. We got back to the campground just as the storm hit. The wind was whipping the awning, so I put it in, then we went inside. Richard is still sick with the sinus flu thing, so we ...
... extended family.
My mother's family is half english and half american, so I have relatives all over Europe and the US. My father's family is primarily Panamanian but is less connected because his parent immigrated to the US before he was born. I asked around and discovered my grandparents on my mother's side were taking a trip back to England for my grandfather's 80th birthday in March. He ...
Today we both were suffering (more than usual) from springtime pollens all around us. Thankfully, I brought some good herbal capsules...and we are consuming them often, doncha know!
We took our time in the morning, and with several bottles of water to stay hydrated, we climbed the chartered bus (same as from yesterday) to Pikes Peak. For anyone who does ...
... when the big thunderstorms were predicted to blow up, but required a redesign of the entire day so that the Pike's Peak adventure could be first.
It's about an hour and a half from here to Manitou Springs, whence the train departs, and as we had to be there by 10:40, my 7:30 call left us fairly short time to bustle around, get showered, eat breakfast, and get on the road. We made it with enough time to spare ...