Courtyard Colorado Springs South
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The staff here was soooo courteous words cannot even begin to describe how welcome you felt. Rooms were nice, lobby was excellent.
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... through erosion, and tower over 300 feet in the air. This area, and Pikes Peak, were sacred areas for the Ute. In fact, their oral tradition has them living in this area forever.
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