Extended Stay America - Colorado Springs - West
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... Palace and Spruce Tree House. The latter could be reached by a simple pathway but the former needed you to enter and exit the site via ladders; Cameron was upset when it was over.
For Durango, we decided against the day-long single gauge steam railway trip to Silverton. It's what the place is known for but our decision was justified as Durango was host to the Cowboy Poetry Gathering over the weekend we were there. We walked down to Main Avenue on the ...
... lived in until 1984. This is one of the most accessible examples of cliff dwelling architecture anywhere; we were able to climb through all of
the rooms to see how they lived, the rooms and passages were all small from our prospective as they were only between 4 to 5 feet tall. It is amazing to see how they constructed
their dwellings up on the mountain side, and to imagine how these small ...
... agent, at least for today). Melanie gave me a paper voucher and told me to walk about 40 feet down to the American ticket counter - where I met YeVonda and got my new tickets. So as I begin this new journey, I begin it with a story. 5 hours waiting in my hometown airport, and I've held boarding passes for 5 different flights but haven't yet left the ground. While some might be frustrated or frazzled, I simply try to appreciate what life brings me, adapt,and enjoy the ...
... where we were going.. what fun! But we got to Casper in the end, not a very large town. But once again a good halfway stop on our way to MT. The hotel is right on the highway, so easy access for tomorrow. Went across the road for mexican for dinner. Very nice little restaurant witih excellent service staff, and quite cheap too. Anyway, off for breakfast now (writing this on the 25th), more updates on our drive to Bozeman tonight. ...
We're up and up the hills to the hotel buses by 8AM in time for all 75 or so passengers to share coffee and Continental Breakfast before boarding. We've come to acquaint ourselves with the same bus drivers over the past 4 days, and they joined us now. Our driver identified himself as "Driver of all the #1 Tico [self-described shipmen from Ticondoroga accronym] folks...even though on bus #2." His name is Art and he declared he's been compared to Art Linkletter ...