Glen Eyrie Castle & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a bit of chicken or some chips) and out. He also had a couple of female admirers (same/similar age) who he had been playing with; every time Cameron came in to grab a drink or some food, they were there at the door with a smile for Cameron. He told me that one of the girls was called Sophie and mentioned that she called him name other than Cameron..."Plank"?!? Erm, best to leave her alone pal.
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valleys. From the top the view was unbelievably beautiful, and being a clear day we could see a fantastic distance, even though it was cold we stood there transfixed by the beauty. After returning to the depot we drove throughthe quant town of Manitou Springs, which is a thriving community of stores and restaurants. We then returned to thecamper. This was definitely a day to remember.
... and grab some lunch. We park the car and as we walk towards a hot dog/ice cream stand we notice an old arcade filled with nostalgic games. There is a penny arcade area that is filled with really old games, many of which you can play for a dime. Patrick and Lyndsey play a ...
... trees. The track is built next to the stream and there are boulder fields on both sides of the train. Conductors like to point out the various "faces" and shapes which, with a bit of imagination, can be seen in the giant boulders. Right near the Minnehaha switch (where the down coming trains pass the up going train on many trips) is Minnehaha Falls.The middle third of the trip is on a gentler grade. Right below the old settlement of Ruxton Park, the ...
... in a wood shop 'just to look’. We walked around the figurines and then veered to a separate room where our world was instantly changed: there were a dozen (?) different brownstone street scenes from the 1915-1925 era, complete with children playing on the corner, the telephone repairman climbing a pole, Hurdy-gurdy man with his monkey entertaining and piano players who could be seen in some windows playing for guests. It was a truly amazing vision.