Fairfield Inn N Stes Marriott

Address: 3200 South Lincoln Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3200 South Lincoln Avenue, Colorado Springs, is near Miramont Castle Museum, Iron Springs Chateau Melodrama, and Navajo Gallery & Gifts.
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Travel Blogs from Colorado Springs

Garden of the Gods & Woodland Park

A travel blog entry by jillia on Jun 29, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

A Sunday drive to the Springs was enjoyed this weekend. Our friends the Peterman's--I forgot to get their picture!--were dropping their eldest at camp for the week. We all met down at Rudy's for some great BBQ, and then we did some exploring in Woodland Park while they got her settled at camp. We had time to conquer the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs before meeting up for ice cream at Josh & John's. We were thoroughly exhausted by day's end. ...

Christmas Day - Colorado Springs

A travel blog entry by welltravelled67 on Dec 25, 2013

... say two things we didn't like: 1. Rich people like to look down on others. This place was crawling with people who thought they were better than everyone else. 2. Rich people won't pick up their own dog poo. The hotel had special suites that were "pet friendly" and there was also a pet boutique. We saw all sorts of people parading their pooches in designer dog gear. Very funny to see but evidently these people didn't always pick up their dog poop. I ...

Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder...

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 23, 2012

47 photos

... large herd of giraffes. I have experience feeding giraffes, and while it is entertaining, they slobber all over you. Paying $17.50 to hike up steep hills ["mountain zoo" is not merely quaint; it's literal] in 95 degree heat did not have much appeal.)

When the ticket line opened, it turned out that there were cancellations and we got tickets on the Cog Railway for 10:40. This had the significant advantage of avoiding ...

Time to go home but still so much to do

A travel blog entry by barkerstravels on May 10, 2011

... pack and check-out. Once checked out Michael wanted to stop by a bike shop and then we were back to Kristina’s to play for a couple hours before we drove back to Denver to catch our flight! Everything went off without a hitch until less than an hour before our flight was scheduled to leave a lightning storm blew in and diverted all landing planes. Our flight ...

The only way to win is not to play the game

A travel blog entry by wrightfamily on Aug 01, 2010

... so I decide to push on 20 miles to the next town. I figure if we are going to have problems it would be better to be in a town. So we ignore the warning buzzer and push on with a watchful eye on the engine temps. We make it to Lusk, WY and find a rest area...great place for a rest area....in town....but hey this is Wyoming. We camp out for an hour waiting for the engine temp to drop so I can open the radiator and refill it.

After an hour and a lot of antifreeze on the ground she ...