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 …
The morning sun shown through the curtains early but because of the time change, we were up early and ready to go. We headed over to the resorts spa and got directions to the canyon close by for a hike. Jim ran and I walked and enjoyed the wonderful rock formations, flowing streams and serenity of the park. We climbed just over 1000 feet and Jim ran about 7 miles. I was to meet Jim at the spa when I returned but of course got distracted by a dog. By the way, dogs ...
... one hand and a warm breakfast burrito in the other. Their belongings were on the floor next to them and they were chatting away like old friends gathering at the local bake shop for morning coffee and a donut. Upon further looking, I noticed one very clean, well dressed man next to a Starbucks cardboard coffee decanter and a bag of breakfast burritos. I suspect he brought these delicacies to the park each weekend and offered them ...
... can't remember his name!) who left the caves to the city on the condition that they always mentioned his name on the tour (!) and that they inscribed his favourite poem on the wall. In the afternoon we walked to Old Town Colorado Springs (only 2mins from our hotel - the Quality Inn) and had a lovely stroll down the high street. I also attempted to (and failed miserably) eat the largest sandwich I have ever seen! On our second day we walked a few miles north of our hotel to the Garden of ...
... We spent a whole day (minus the four hours of driving and one hour stopping to eat barbeque) at a hot springs resort. The hot springs were located along a river, so we experienced both the hot and the cold. We also got to chill at their pools (although one was really a giant hot tub where we boiled instead of chilled), and relax in their poolside lounge chairs. We all got pruney multiple times and were probably ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking