Holiday Inn Express Colorado Springs Airport
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... work than moving into my first apartment. I had been hoping to get to a natural food store for EPIC saracha chicken squares, but at least no benydryl today. Yesterday I needed it for 3 of 3 meals. Paninos? Restaurant this evening had decent food, great wait staff, "the book" of ingredients, and very specific receipts with seat by seat listings of what was eaten. ...
... in all directions creating the sensation of being on top of the world.
We spent 20 minutes snapping photos and took time to eat the over-rated Pikes Peak donut that is yeastless because it is cooked at such high altitude. When we boarded the train for the slow descent down the mountain we were joined by a family of three who had hiked the Barr Trail that day.
On the way down, I spotted two groups of mountain sheep grazing in the distance. The rest was downhill from ...
... restaurant that includes a large Gluten Free menu that included pasta, this was perfect for Jack and we both enjoyed a
delicious pasta meal. We would definitely return if we are in the area again. From there we headed over to the U.S. Olympic Team Training Center. There we watched an orientation film and then took a guided tour of some of the buildings including the swimming pool, the
new weight training facility, the shooting range ...
... steep grade up the hill. The train will take us up to an alpine zone so we are told the temperature can be 30 degrees Fahrenheit cooler at the top. This area is above the tree line and this is evident as we look up the mountain to the treeless top.
... It only has just over 4000 miles on the clock, so I am sure that we can boost that up a bit.
We headed out and decided to check out an outlet shopping centre on the way down to Colorado Springs. We found some shirts and then went to use the Travelex card, which has our US money on it. The shop told us that the card had expired. We said, no, it had not expired and the expiry date on the card said ...