La Quinta Inn & Suites Colorado Springs South AP
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Today I got up at 7:30 and grabbed the shower before Larry and Erin were up. They got up about 8:00 and we all had breakfast and packed. Erin put all of her pictures on my Netbook except the ones she took today. We had everything done in the cottage and all the luggage in the car by 9:15. We headed to the Gem Lake Trailhead on the other side of …
... a good spot to watch the fireworks. Unfortunately, the bus we had to take back to our place ran until 10:50pm, and the fireworks began at 10:30pm. Courtney and I literally ran through the crowd after the fireworks because we stayed longer than we could. The lights reflected on Sleeping Beauty's castle and all the animated character's voices were heard throughout the park. "All you need is faith and trust... and a little bit of pixie dust!!" We appreciated that ...
The last couple days of our road trip were pretty mellow. We had a Pretty lazy morning on Wednesday in Cripple Creek. We all slept in and decided to take our time packing up. We had a beautiful deck on our cottage that overlooked town and the weather was gorgeous. We spent some time relaxing and enjoying the view.
As we were packing up the van Lesley noticed That there were four donkeys ...
On May 12 I returned to Belgium to work on some Belgium projects, to clean up my room and pack all my stuff to prepare my final move to COS (Colorado Springs). In those three weeks we celebrated also my nephews first commune. Luckely the weather that day was unexpected good so we could play football outside. In that period I also went to London to see Muse and my future crewchief on J&J Antonio. Great gig! The last weekend I was in Belgium we ...
... top of Pikes Peak on numerous occasions. I had lived in Colorado for 12 years before moving to Texas 18 years ago. But, I had driven to the summit and taken the cog-railway, but never had I hiked to "THE PEAK". The first American sighting is often credited to members of the Pike Expedition, led by Zebulon Pike. After a failed attempt to climb to the top in November 1806, Pike wrote in his journal that the snow was middle deep and the temperature was 4 degrees below 0. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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