Econo Lodge North Academy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to Richmond was delayed (because the incoming flight was late) just long enough for me to make a flying run to the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory store in terminal C. It's a good thing, really, that we don't have RMCF in Virginia (well, there is one store, but it's in Roanoke--four hours away), because these are delicious chocolates. Of course, they cost about $2 apiece, so I can't afford them often anyway.
We were further ...
A little more than 90 minutes after boarding, we landed at the Colorado Springs Airport. Unfortunately, we sat on the taxiway for nearly 30 minutes, waiting to taxi to our gate. There was construction underway at the airport. Because of ...
... our journey.
Sue Eilertsen and I have been friends since George and I got married--I have a hard time even imagining her not being a phone call and shopping date away. Our last night was spent having dinner with Tom and Sandy Burke, who have become especially good friends as we made our dream a reality. They have let us painstakingly process the possibility ...
Arrived in Colorado Springs around 11am and went directly to the The Air Force Academy. The Air Force Academy is unique in its dual role as both an Air Force installation and a university. The 10th Air Base Wing provides logistical, medical, fire response, security, civil engineering, family care and medical support across the 18,000-acre installation for a community of approximately 25,000.
We stopped at the base exchxange looking for a ...
... there: barber shop, bank, mail boxes, and BX. At the Visitor Center, they had an exhibit of the dorm rooms and it’s just about what you’d expect: 2 twin beds with drawers below, two desk and 2 chairs.
Part of our tour included the Cadet Chapel. The largest was the Protestant Chapel at the upper level. The design incorporates aeronautical concepts and religious elements, such as the 17 spires along the roof, which ...