Homewood Suites by Hilton Colorado Springs North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to Ted's Montana Grill for my first bison steak of the trip :-). Sunday I will go for another mountainbikeride with Keith, this time in the area around his home and afterwards ribs on the BBQ! The weather in the weekend is just fantastic...sunshine and temperatures between 20 and 25 degrees. Time flies...my first week is almost over, another 2 and I'm flying back to Europe for a couple of weeks. That's it for now...let's see when I have some time for writing another story on the ...
... hosted an exhibit of glass work by renown artist Dale Chihuly. Some generous patrons purchased several pieces for the FAC. One of the first things we saw on the ground floor were five large Chihuly bowls. They were made between 1992 and 2004. The colors were vivid while some parts were translucent.
The FAC has an extensive collection of Native American clothing, tools, and baskets. The bead work on the ...
... mountain on a cog railway. The summit of the mountain stands at over 14,000 feet above sea level. It took an hour and a half for the train to make the journey, and during that time a guide filled us in on lots of interesting information about the mountain, the surrounding area and the cog railway itself. We also saw some wildlife on the way up - deer, goat and marmots.
... from trees and mountains, to the very flat and boring scenery of Nebraska. Then we finally entered South Dakota and The Black Hills. Lots of big trees, heaps of wildlife by the side of the road, alot of fun.
Visited Mount Rushmore, The crazy horse memorial. A`carving in the making, it's been 50 years and it only has a face, I think one day it's going to ...
From an email I wrote on 5/26/08 "Just got back from the Tibetan Freedom Torch Relay event. The symbolic torch was cycled down from the state capital in Denver yesterday before arriving at Colorado Springs city hall this morning. After some photo ops and general instructions more than a hundred of us (mostly Tibetans) marched two miles to the Olympic Committee headquarters where we met with a representative of the committee's PR ...