Fairfield Inn Colorado Springs Air Force Academy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... tourist boom that brings throngs to the mountain top year-round. There are several ways to reach the 14,110-foot summit. We opted to take the world-famous Pikes Peak Cog Railroad to reach the summit that inspired Katherine Lee Bates to write "America the Beautiful" in the late 1800s.
You can also drive the 19-mile Pikes Peak Highway, but we had been wisely and truthfully advised that driving meant the driver would miss out on the spectacular scenery along the way.
... year round with the aid of a snow plow, at a speed of 8 to 10 MPH, the average grade is 12% and sometimes up to 24 %. From the top there is a fantastic
360 degree view of the surrounding mountains and the flatland to the east; and the views inspired the writing of a poem that was later put to music that we know as “America the Beautiful”. The rides up and down were fantastic with views of the ...
... tour the museum housed in this building which was built by local natives Americans.
We bought tickets to take a ride on the Pike's Peak Cog Railway today and we need to be at the rail station by about 1pm so we decide to head into town to kill a ...
I made it to Greg and Mary's in Fort Collins without too much rush hour traffic.Was entertained for several hours by 9 month old Clara - cute and smart.
Made a dash down to Colorado Springs with rush hour traffic, construction, an accident (not me) and rain. Not exactly a good time.
Friday - caught up on ...
... and me toured around the place, the grandparents and me took the incline railroad. It took us all the way down to the river and back up. Then we went through Phantom Canyon, which was beyond beautiful. It was a dirt road that you could only go twenty mph on and it was so worth the time. I even took pictures through the sunroof of grandma’s truck. We then went through to Cripple Creek, Colorado. Tons of casinos! Then we came back to the camper and settled down for the ...