Drury Inn Pikes Peak-Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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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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Travel Blogs from Colorado Springs
... my travels and many crazy adventures, I acquired souvenirs, clothing, shoes and just lots of additional space! Long story short, I ended up donating all my winter clothing in order to pack my most important belongings into my suitcase.
One spontaneous evening, Courtney and I were having dinner when suddenly the desire to visit Disneyland Paris just appeared before our eyes! We booked our tickets online and caught a ride into Paris. An interesting ...
... in the multiple games on the TVs but then realised the hooter girls were reflecting on the screens!!!!!!!
We bought a bit of merchandise had a couple of drinks and went to Ole Chicago for dinner.
It was raining on the way home and then the thunderstorm started. We retired to the hot tub.
Brian visited the local motorcycle museum during our stay.
... our hotel to nap and freshen up and returned to their home for a dinner of grilled salmon, yum!
Our friend Bill had planned out a great itinerary for us but due to the fires nothing was open!
We drove out to the Garden of the Gods highway and saw it from a distance. I was there as a child but don't remember much. Then we went to the Cheyenne Middle School where all ...
... needed to push my little friend into the bladder. The pain completely went away as if I had found the fountain of morphine. As I stood there finally able to relieve myself out pops my little friend the stone. I looked in amazement at a stone about the size of a pencil eraser. Even as a non religious man I felt blessed at that moment, thanks but " I can take it from here". WOW let the adventure ...
... our beloved cat, Milo, comfortably -- for all of us; and how we can prevent him from freaking out as well. He is probably my biggest concern. And the poor thing misses our house, with his big back yard which he had access to when it was daylight. He never climbed the fence to get out, but he would try to sneak out if the gate was accidentally left open. He's a great cat!
The small apartment building we live in is actually an old house with a ...