Hotel San Ayre, By Bud And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free parking
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... Springs is being with my Auntie Nori Rost. My Mamas and Auntie Nori have been friends for about 25 years (and of course, she was thrilled to meet me). Aside from just getting to spend time together, Auntie Nori was running in a half marathon in Idaho Springs and my Mamas went to watch and cheer her on. I on the other hand went and met some new friends (both 2 and 4 legged) to hang out with. That was fun because I had friends ...
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... anyway. It was a
large park surrounded by residential communities that consisted of winding roads over mountainous terrain with many parking areas allowing hikers and bicyclists to enjoy the many trails in the park. We parked in one of the higher parking lots and took a short walk around the area, until the rain chased us back to the truck. At this time we decided to call it a day and head back to the camper.
... and if we aren't back on the train we will have to hike down the hill!
As soon as we exit the train we are all struck by some dizziness and so we head into the buildings to grab a seat for a few minutes and to buy some of the fresh hot donuts that the ...
... found out that we will have to do this every time we need money, as we can’t get a new card while we are here.
After all the hassle with the card, we finally headed back to Colorado Springs. It was storming the whole way and was a bit scary, but the traffic was travelling quite slowly, so not too bad.
We checked into a hotel and then found a place so we could have a calming drink ...