Days Inn Colorado Springs Airport
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Travel Blogs from Colorado Springs
... clouds to which we've become accustomed. Well, Bob says he'll be OK, the gas guage reads 1/2 (although we should have adjusted for the fact the toll booth is on an up-slope) and the weather gear is in the back. Well, the short version is that Dianne enjoyed the view from every turn, Bob's knuckles were white, his breathing shallow & he had a nose-bleed that started and stopped at the odd numbered ...
This entire trip was really a stroke of luck and good timing. After traveling to the Bahamas in December, I made it a goal to travel as much and as often as possible. Being immersed in a different culture was an eye opening experience and made me realize that the world is a big place and that I know absolutely nothing about it. With this new commitment and spring break coming up, I decided to branch out ...
... spending a morning at the pool we opted to head to nearby Manitou Springs for lunch. Manitou Springs is a historic little mountain town with a vibe similar to Blowing Rock, NC. We saw families like ours, locals with big trucks, hippies with RVs and lots of motorcycles. Like many mountain villages, Manitou Springs has a river that runs through the center of town.
We enjoyed lunch at the highly recommended Adam's Mountain ...
... a state run recreational area and so there was a permit required to even drive around it. What a bloody joke! $6 to drive around ******* lake? **** off! Suffice to say we immediately turned back around and buggered off, stopping at a camp ground to use the loos. Outside the loos was a sorry looking couple whom I asked "How's it going?" and they replied "Been better". I asked what was up and they explained that they were camping somewhere around the aforementioned ...
... schedule to give me a little one-on-one instruction in photography. He taught me how to shoot in the RAW format, something quite different from the JPEG format I have become so used to using. I like the RAW format. It allows so much more flexibility in processing after the photograph has been taken.
After about 130 photographs we tackled the uphill trail to the parking lot and returned to Colorado ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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