Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Colorado Springs
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... We decided to grab a spot with a drink at the Balcony Bar and Grill so that we could watch the 5.15pm steam train coming back in from Silverton. I think Lara may have placed too much emphasis on a Thomas the Tank Engine comparison because as the train came in to the station, Cameron proclaimed with a dismissive air "well, that was disappointing".
It was another sizeable journey down from Durango, Colorado down to Taos, New Mexico. The sky, oh my word, the sky - ...
Monday May 19, 2014
Today was a beautifully clear sunny morning, and we headed to the town of “Manitou Springs” and the “Pikes Peak Cog Railway”. After picking up our tickets we boarded the
train for our round trip ride from the depot to the summit of Pikes Peak, the ride
takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes each way with about ...
... that are carved out and built into a tall red rock cliff. The homes are very easy to tour and we climb a few stairs and a short ladder and rer able to see all the restored ruins in about half an hour. We then head to the gift shop in the Peublo, which is about 100 years old. ...
... of the city of Colorado Springs. The uppermost portion of Pikes Peak, above 14,000 feet elevation, was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1961.
The track of the Pikes Peak Cog Railway is 8.9 miles long. The round trip lasts 3 hours and 10 minutes. The first third of our trip is along Ruxton Creek in Englemann Canyon. Here the steep track follows a cascading stream through dense stands of Englemann spruce, Colorado blue spruce as well as ...
... in a wood shop 'just to look’. We walked around the figurines and then veered to a separate room where our world was instantly changed: there were a dozen (?) different brownstone street scenes from the 1915-1925 era, complete with children playing on the corner, the telephone repairman climbing a pole, Hurdy-gurdy man with his monkey entertaining and piano players who could be seen in some windows playing for guests. It was a truly amazing vision.