Hampton Inn & Suites Colorado Springs/I-25 South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn & Suites Colorado Springs/I-25 South
The only place where we checked in without Jijaji (he was busy with some work), and thus the only place where we took 30-45 mins & changed the room 3 times.
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Fans of The Proclaimers will get the reference. Fans of "How I Met Your Mother" will recognize Marshall and Ted's road trip song. Beyond that, thanks for bearing with us.
After weeks of planning, cleaning and packing, the day for us to depart finally arrived, starting early at 5:00 a.m. Cheryl was the first one up to get ready, feed the …
... I had arrived in the United States. Ken and I spent an amazing few days in France together (read "A Blinding Light" if you haven't done so!!) and made it to Orlando at around 11pm on Thursday, June 5th. Our families patiently awaited our arrival at the airport, after we have suffered flight cancellations and long layovers. I spent the first few days just trying to adjust to the new time zone. I felt like we had traveled back in time! Saturday, Ken's family and I ...
... the Broadmoor Hotel, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, and north to the southern part of the Front Range. The shrine is an 80-foot tall tower built in 1937 that houses the ashes of Colorado Springs philanthropist Spencer Penrose. Penrose supported many of Colorado Springs local institutions like the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and the Broadmoor Hotel, so maybe I should call this my Spencer Penrose tour day. Penrose was apparently persuaded not to ...
... for the native animal enclosures. This has been done by 1000 different zoos and this zoo has a unique advantage most zoos do NOT and they aren’t even utilizing it!!!! They are on a MOUNTAIN where A. Most of the natural resources to create a natural enclosure already exist and B. the hills form a unique ability to view things from above on a vantage point looking down into the enclosure. And yes there is a way to do it so dumbass people ...
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