Holiday Inn Express Colorado Springs Airport
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... can't remember his name!) who left the caves to the city on the condition that they always mentioned his name on the tour (!) and that they inscribed his favourite poem on the wall. In the afternoon we walked to Old Town Colorado Springs (only 2mins from our hotel - the Quality Inn) and had a lovely stroll down the high street. I also attempted to (and failed miserably) eat the largest sandwich I have ever seen! On our second day we walked a few miles north of our hotel to the Garden of ...
... a hailstorm that even traveling 5 mph feels like a risk (especially when you can't see more than about 15 feet in front of the car, yikes!)
Time to scout out some fireworks! Unfortunately, it's totally illegal in Colorado, so we have to see if we can walk to where we can view as show being put on at a nearby baseball stadium.
Can't promise more detail later (have to get back to work soon!) but I will post ...
... and from there straight to Colorado Springs. All went well and I arrived on time. Instead of a warm welcome it was freezing and some powder snow. Casey was picking me up and dropping me off at the hotel. After checking in he drove me to the back of the hotel, passing by a Toyota 4Runner and he was able to open that car. I was wondering if he does that a lot trying to open other cars...this without realising that Stageco US bought me a nice SUV instead of leasing a Subaru. ...
Well, we took our time getting moving this morning, as the rain had moved in and was here to stay. Actually, it was still pretty, with the clouds in the mountains and the aspens turning color more each day. But we said our goodbyes to Grand Lake, and began the journey to Colorado Springs. I volunteered to drive, as I haven't done much driving. I was expecting a major highway, but I got a road that went HIGH into ...
... Nest platform. It is located next to the falls. There is an elevator blasted 14 stories straight up through solid granite, a mountain elevator safely transports all who venture here to the “Eagles Nest” observation platform, where the most spectacular view of Seven Falls is experienced. We decided to climb the 184 steps up to the platform rather than use the elevator. Later, after climbing up and down a few times we decided to try the ...
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