Hilton Garden Inn Colorado Springs
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... Lee Bates (who was born in Falmouth, MA) was teaching English at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She remembered, "One day some of the other teachers and I decided to go on a trip to 14,000-foot Pikes Peak. We hired a prairie wagon. Near the top we had to leave the wagon and go the rest of the way on mules. I was very tired. But when I saw the view, I felt great joy. All the wonder of America ...
... finally at 8:00-ish. Oh well! Mark took first shift driving, always staying about 8 miles above the speed limit to make good time without getting a ticket. Across Missouri via I-70, we settled in for the long drive. Today we would try to make it to Colorado Springs, so about 12 hours of driving. Mac and Josie are excellent car trip kids. They slept, played on phones and I-Pads and annoyed each other, but all in good fun.
Josie was crest ...
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Finally I have some to write something! The second trip is gonna take three weeks...after giving a drink for friends and colleagues on Friday April 19, it was time to leave for a longer period. So Monday morning I passed by at the testbuild Bon Jovi in Werchter to say goodbye to some colleagues and having a coffee. After that dropping my car at the office in Tildonk and Mil was taking me to the airport. Lots of luggage ( /- 65 kg, including my mountainbike). This time I was flying ...
... That particular area of the FAC did not allow photographs. Regardless, we all very much enjoyed the displays. The first one we saw titled 'The No Plateau." It consisted of four columns of tinted glass. Each one was about four feet square and about 15 feet tall. There was a space nearly three feet wide which allowed one to walk between the columns. The columns were placed to form a larger square of about 12 feet by ...