DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Colorado Springs
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Colorado Springs
Housekeepers kept forgetting little things like coffee packets, cups, EVER cleaning the ice bucket. All other services were done well.
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... for people to walk, hike, picnic, climb and of course, photograph the stunning formations that are the Garden of the Gods.
For a slightly different experience we set out early to drive to the summit of Pike's Peak. Now how hard could that be! ....putting aside for the moment Bob's well-known fear of heights; the sign at the toll booth that included, "we recommend 1/2 tank of gas" and the ...
... over to the Chapel. The chapel is a fantastic building both for the architectural standpoint
and for the spiritual feeling you get just walking into the chapel. After that we walked around an area that overlooked the cadet’s dorms, dining hall and class rooms, all were surrounding
a large grassy area and the parade grounds. Unfortunately we are now at the end of the academic year and there were very few cadets out and about, those ...
... and frozen custard is that the custard is made with more eggs resulting in a creamier, richer tasting product.
The burgers here are quite tasty, not like any I have had before. They get thin at the edges and seem almost crispy around the edge but are very delicious. ...
... which is the half-way point on the journey. At about the 5 mile point, the grade steepens again. Now we begin climbing in earnest. Lake Moraine and Mount Almagre dominate the views here. Many of the trees in this area are bristlecone pine, some of the oldest living things on earth! It is estimated that some trees on Pikes Peak are over 2000 years old. Once we climb above timberline, the views become more expansive. Timberline is the area where trees stop ...
... 2013 officers handing their chores to the new officers for next year. After a few dances and lots of hugs, we left around 10PM.
I have few raves, by the way, for the Blog Service to which I subscribed for this trip. It started with a great bang, but now I realized they have dates scrambled with my stories, and many of my 76 contacts are somehow not receiving the entries. I am terribly disappointed…and all I can do is apologize to all my friends.