Hilton Garden Inn Colorado Springs
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... needed a bath, and we wanted to cook steaks ,so we headed to town . By the time we got thru shopping, the skies had changed to dark stormy clouds, you could see the lightening flashing down to the mountain. We got back to the campground just as the storm hit. The wind was whipping the awning, so I put it in, then we went inside. Richard is still sick with the sinus flu thing, so we ...
... with lots of free Children's activities. We spent a hour there and some time in their huge book stores.
The family voted for lunch a Chic-fil-A and it was very good.
From there we headed over to Garden of the Gods. It is wonderful place by the moutains in an area with several short and long hiking trails. We loaded Reed up in a Back-pack and spent an hour or so hiking around ...
... We got back to the hotel in time to check out. And, we were back riding again. Wayne had really been missing the bike so he was especially glad to be on the road again. We only had a short ride today, about an hour or so, to Colorado Springs. It was a good way to get back in the groove again, a short ride to a scenic city. Our agenda for today was to get to the top of Pikes Peak via the cog railway so as soon as we checked into our motel we needed ...
... we didn't have such requirements, we stumbled across the town and purely by chance drove past a proper tacky themed diner with a big cowboy boot outside it. We pulled over as this sort of place seemed to be the that offered the tourists "American dream". Lots of character, lots of theme, lots of tack and being Texas, lots of steak. By chance it turned out that this place was the "famous" Big Texan Steakhouse, as seen by me on Man vs Food, where the ...
This trip was scheduled after Jan 1, 2012, meaning that we knew that we were expecting #2 in June and, because we are crazy, figured we might as well go for 1K again. Since our jobs don't provide unlimited vacation (contrary to popular opinion), we booked it as a long weekend. We chose Madrid entirely based upon cost. The retail price was $747, which is about as good as it gets to Europe out of Denver. ...