Fairfield Inn Colorado Springs Air Force Academy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... there was a little astronomy presentation and then a bunch of people with telescopes. I got a pretty good look at Jupiter and the Orion Nebula. Today I stopped at Great Sand Dunes National Park and nearby Zapata falls recreation area, where I hiked to the frozen falls. Now I'm at Colorado Springs for the night before heading to Denver and ...
... the zombies at Universal Studio's Halloween Horror Nights!
We crossed onto Hollywood Studios in the later afternoon and enjoyed practicing our scream factor at the Monsters Inc. scream monitor, went on the teacups, carousel, and the cars exhibit. We were so exhausted and hot throughout the entire day that we went into the last performance at the theater that basically reproduced old films with a time traveling man! So cool! We purchased some souvenirs ...
... He was well knowledgeable about the history of the cave. Since we were in a cave with the only light from lanterns, we were told things to say. For instance "step" or "duck" and my favorite " crack is whack" Just in case we showed a little to much while we were ducking down. He told us about the current occupants of the cave. They include Nellie, George, and a few kids. It defiantly got our group going. ...
... of Colorado Springs. We are staying here as it is at the foot of Pike's Peak. Town has a charming historic district with small shops, restaurants and art galleries which we will have to try to visit.
Had dinner at a local restaurant called the Mason Jar. We both had rainbow trout. It was good (but not as good as mine.
... to quite a lot) seen anything so sad and tragic. I had to get out of there and so we headed outside where we decided to visit the bear/moose/eagle exhibits. This is the mountains of Colorado…surely wildlife that was native to that area would be kept in more appropriate conditions. I mean we were on the side of the mountain and the whole area we were hiking in was natural habitat for these animals. First up is the moose which I wanted to see in ...