Drury Inn Pikes Peak-Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDrury Inn Pikes Peak-Colorado Springs
3 to 3.5 stars. Clean, Nice, and friendly. Pool area could be cleaner and Hot tub was a Warm tub.
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... and Clark to explore the northeastern part of the Purchase, looking for a way to the Pacific Ocean. In 1806, Lewis and Clark sent Pike (then a Captain), to explore the southern portion of the Purchase, which includes present day Colorado. In November of that year, Pike and his team sighted and tried to climb to the summit of the peak later named after him. They made it as far as Mt. Rosa to the southeast of Pikes ...
... City, Oklahoma. They are the proud parents of one son and five daughters. Within the last few years they have added a daughter-in-law, son-in-law, and two grandchildren. They are very actively involved at their church, as well as many other national and international Christian charities.
At 6pm the folks we met on the Pike's Peak Clog Railway met us dinner. We went over to the Falcon Club here on the base for Grill your own Steak at $24.00 per couple.
... found us at the south parking lot on Paint Mines Road.
Driving east from Colorado Springs, the terrain consists of gentle, rolling hills with very few trees. As one reaches Calhan, turns toward the Paint Mines and scans the horizon; one sees...nothing. It is not until the hike in from the parking lot that one begins to see anything of the Paint Mines. After about a half-mile and a couple ...
... stores everywhere out here, as well as drive-thru stores/restaurants
... to grandeur.
Oh well. While I wouldn't recommend anyone ever go up Pike's Peak in the winter, I bet it would still be a pretty cool sight from the summit in summer. Perhaps if life finds us back here at a future, warmer, time, after we've not traveled for a while and sightseeing isn't such a normal occurance - we too may once again climb Pike's Peak and find Inspiration Point, a little more... inspiring. ...