Hampton Inn Colorado Springs Airport
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... to go ahead and buy one.
We arrived at our campground around 1:00. It is in the high country near some mountains and is very nice and quiet. They don’t have much in the way of grass and most of their landscaping is done with granite rocks and stone. However, it is very pretty.
We left the campground and drove to the Pike’s Peak Highway. It is 19 miles up and 19 miles down. The elevation is over 14,000 ...
Friday May 16, 2014
This morning was spent relaxing, doing laundry, and a little cleaning of the camper; we needed some down time. After lunch we headed to the “Garden of the Gods” which was just a short ride from the campground. The “Garden of the Gods” was a privately owned piece of property that was donated to the city ...
... chocolate sauce!!! Both are delicious and the frozen custard is definitely creamy and although it is scooped like traditional hard ice cream it is a litle more like the texture of a thick soft ice cream.
We call it a night and waddle back over to our hotel for the night.
... through what is known as "Hell Gate", a natural gateway in the mountains.
Right below the old settlement of Ruxton Park, the train passes through what is known as "Hell Gate", a natural gateway in the mountains. After a few more minutes, the train passes through Deer Park, where passengers sometimes catch a glimpse of mule deer grazing.Then we pass over the Four Mile Siding and get our first glimpse of Pikes Peak! Another siding comes up, Mountain ...
... 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.