The Lodge at Garden of the Gods Club, Colorado Springs
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... at the Broadmoor. We saw several people with their personal dogs and upon arrival each dog is given a bone shaped tag that has their name engraved on it and says, Broadmoor guest on it. So cute! Molly, moose and Doug would love it here other than the fact they wouldn't be allowed in the pool, on the slide or I the ponds. I met Ruger on a golf cart and found out he worked at the Broadmoor. He chases geese and other animals out of the pond and off the golf courses. ...
... years continued to develop. We sold the Hi-Lo because of a potential layoff. We missed camping, and found an inexpensive Excel travel trailer. We enjoyed this camper for several years but it had many flaws, so we sold it and started looking for a 5th wheel. We bought a 34 ft. Terry 5th wheel, which we completely redecorated. We loved every minute ...
... already over there. http://www.2southwinebar.com/ Friday different projects to deal with... During the week I also bought some smaller kitchen items, the coffee grinder is defiantly the eye catcher. Now weekend!!! Saturday, today I will go for another mountainbikeride. Tomorrow I'm gonna hike the incline! http://www.manitouincline.net/main.htm So I hope to post some nice pictures after the ...
Today was YATD (Yet Another Travel Day). We left the Black Hills and headed to Colorado. Initially, we were going to stop north of Denver and explore some parks near the Rockies. Unfortunately, we could not find any available hotel rooms anywhere close to the area. We decided to go ahead and drive through to Colorado Springs. It was worth it to get close enough to have another two-night stay at the hotel. ...
... and continued on our goal. The trail was different from the day before, because we were climbing ever higher in altitude. At times the trail was very steep or rocky and other times flat and smoother. The views just kept getting more amazing and the air cooler. By the time we reached timber line the trail started the switchbacks called the Golden Stairs. These became more difficult because of the thin air in the high altitude at 14,000 ft above sea level. The ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility