Hilton Garden Inn Colorado Springs Airport
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... way to sunshine and we were rewarded with bright, crisp vistas in all directions. We traveled through several bio-diverse zones during the 90-minute journey. We passed by enormous rock formations, thick pine forests, aspens waiting to turn brilliant yellow and red, sloping meadows, and finally into open tundra, well above the tree line.
At the summit we discovered that the top of Pikes Peak is flat! It’s not a peak! But it’s also dramatic because it drops ...
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.
... freezing! So we got a few pictures and I spent the rest of the time sitting down in the gift shop/cafe. In spite of that, it was an experience not to be missed. I swear you feel like you are on top of the world. At over 14,000 feet, you are pretty close to the top of the world, and definitely the highest point as far as you can see! In case any of you don't know (I didn't before this trip), the woman who wrote ...
... to have an obsession with anything Mexican. There were towns named Mexican Hat, Mexican Dance and Mexican Water. What on earth is going on here? We are not even all that close to Mexico. Heehehehe. We couldn't help ourselves but to laugh at the town called Mexican Water. Really? Who wants Mexican Water? I hope they were talking about Tequila because the water over there can really make you sick in some parts. LOL. Finally we caught a glimpse of sand dunes in the ...