Days Inn Manitou Springs
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Days Inn Manitou Springs
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Manitou Springs
Travel Blogs from Manitou Springs
... these canyons in person. I believe I now better understand the plight of a Fatty when faced with a hill, at 6000 feet for the first 24 hours everything feels like a chore and gasping for breath after walking 20 metres up a hill certainly made me think twice about eating 15 Twinkies for dessert. We had decided to splooge and after a sleepless freezing night we were excited that a) the sun was back out and b) we had some horse riding to do. ...
... pass a breeze. I love the view from the top of the pass where the trees open up to the empty desert of the San Luis abd Rio Grande below. Now we were in the Arkansas River watershed, a tributary of the Mississippi. We were closer to home. Not only does the geography change, so does the culture of the locals. Over the pass we approached the town of Buena Vista, a crossroads of the Rocky Mountain region. From here you can go almost any direction. The town has a bunch ...
... more luggage humping for G but it is the last stop) with a Patio (or a square balcony from my perspective) over the river. Finally I had somewhere to smoke without having to stand outside the motel/hotel. Unfortunately it was very cold and I had to clear snow before I could sit down but I could sit by our room and smoke!!
Although it felt as if the journey had taken several ...
... carefully, pulled off the road, stopped and we both sat and shook then we hugged and shook. I picked the camera up from my lap and took some shots which give no indication of what it had been like or what G had just driven through. Gary got out of the car and attempted to wipe the snow from the lights and the back window. There were several inches sitting all over the car. We gave up and drove on. Slowly and carefully. The ...
... Thick forest (Carson National Forest) -- Angel Fire (ski town) and Eagle Nest (lake, camping, skiing). Elevation 8,258 feet.
We also drove thru bits of the Cimarron Canyon after we left the Enchanted Circle area. At 1:45, we crossed into Colorado, and we are at Colorado Springs for the night. We've been here before, so it just a layover. We have our sites on home ...