Fairfield Inn Colorado Springs Air Force Academy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to enjoy the parade of cowboys (and their horses). Cameron was so excited - he kept shouting and waving at the cowboys and cowgirls. After the parade we walked down to the Henry Strater Theater where we were treated (subjected) to country music, poetry and some of the best harmonica (moothie) playing that I've ever heard (courtesy of Gary Allegretto). After a good quality coffee at 81301, Cameron and I headed to the public library in the afternoon as Lara was on ...
... able to accomplish all that they did using only primitive tools. The pueblo building is now being used as a museum and gift shop, but you could see the how the building was constructed and imagine how it served the occupants. Visiting the cliff dwellings was a memorable experience. The afternoon was spent doing domestic chores and preparing to leave on the next leg of our trip in the morning.
We grab some hotel breakfast and decide to head to the Manitou Cliff Dwellings. We had hoped to visit Mesa Verde National Park in southern Colorado but due to the changes in our schedule when the parks were closed we had to skip the area. We were very excited ...
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 ...
... Garfunkle, but we nicknamed him Art Deco.
Our friends did not join our tour to the Garden of the Gods, but everyone becomes friends on reunions of any size. We pointed out the various rock configurations to each other and were filled with awe as we walked the trails to point out the signs of Nature: spring flowers, young critters scooting along the red ground and the cloud touching peaks of these red granite rocks!
We walked very little in the ...