Hampton Inn Colorado Springs Central Air Force Academy
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... also possible to hike the Barr Trail that climbs some 7,000 feet over 13 miles to the summit That was definitely out of our league, but thousands of hardy travelers make that trek each year!
We had reservations on the 9 a.m. train, but changed them to the afternoon train when we awoke to a steady rainfall and thick cloud cover. That gave us time to drive into Colorado Springs where we enjoyed breakfast at Mountain Shadows Restaurant, a quaint family-owned establishment.
... sides and
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 ...
I made it to Greg and Mary's in Fort Collins without too much rush hour traffic.Was entertained for several hours by 9 month old Clara - cute and smart.
Made a dash down to Colorado Springs with rush hour traffic, construction, an accident (not me) and rain. Not exactly a good time.
Friday - caught up on ...
Today grandpa wanted to get his window fixed, but he couldn't get an appointment until tomorrow so we went to the Royal Gorge. It was so hot and exhausting, but beautiful and interesting. Grandma had to go in the shade and finding a place to rest while we made our way across the bridge to the south side of the tram. The grandparents wouldn’t let me do the skycoaster, which is similar to the ripcord back home, except it showed the gorge while you flew in the air. So ...