Homewood Suites by Hilton Colorado Springs North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... than a cheap destination.
We stayed at the Park Inn by Radisson Heppenheim for 9000 points per night which is the lowest of the Club Carlson tiers. Considering that this property goes for about 60Euro per night for the standard room, and 75Euro for the superior room we got upgraded to, we got some real value out of these points which of course we earned during the Radisson 50k promo last fall. While it ...
... of leisure. Sherry, Kelly and I wanted to go in a Hot Air Balloon ride but the cancelled all the evening rides because of the weather. Oh well, just gives us something to look forward to some other time.
We are headed to Champs to eat dinner.
Sorry to be so boring today. We lived the day to ...
... into Colorado is broken up by serene little creeks ringed with cottonwoods and old broken ranch memorabilia. I would still choose to stay off of it, but we spent over 10 hours on the road between Datil and Colorado Springs. Yuck, especially with no cruise control.
But the big story was Raton Pass. I've heard the stories: random blizzards, 100mph wind gusts, blinding rain. Raton Pass is like a troll controlling traffic into Colorado, making you suffer an annoying and ...
... next hour or so. (Some big strong biker huh?) Let us know if you see anything in the photos. (OK Steve here it is) We stopped for ice cream at Patsy's. I had a small mixed soft serve. So did Mary and Joe had 2 scoops. Rocky Road and Butter Pecan. Next we went downtown to visit the local pubs and some of the local stores. One pub was called Thunder and Pennys. Story here is that around the late 1800's the owner of a brothel would ride his coach around town pulled by two Elks ...
... lawns, and strip malls. People from Colorado speak so highly of how great it is to live here, but if you live east of Denver its completely desolate. Aside from Fort Morgan there is absolutely nothing. West of Denver however is awesome. You can ski, hike, bike, raft, camp or whatever plus the mountain towns are great places ...