Oakwood at Village at Westmead
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Colorado Springs
... still a 14 mile climb with 4000 feet of elevation change. That descent would be a blast- if I could get cars out of the way and go as fast as I want!
Pikes Peak wasn't even close to the toughest physical challenge I've ever tackled, but the steep grades and scary drop-offs make it one of the more complex challenges I've faced. And the views from the summit made every second worth it! If you're ever in the area, be sure to go up-
by car or bike!
... We have travelled extensively all over the world and stayed in places that have been horrific to luxury but this place was unbelievable. The meaning of the word "Service" was not lost on the 1900 staff that work there!! We experienced a level of service like no other. The hotel, grounds, facilities, restaurants and our room were immaculate, luxurious, impeccable and just damn awesome. And yes it cost a fortune but you could see where your money was going. ...
... the views would be something. They also have their world famous donuts and coffee. They were good, but it doesn't say the worlds best, just world famous. And I suppose if you are the only mountain top in the world to have donuts then they would become world famous.
Guarantee...no blog tomorrow because we aren't doing anything. Then on Thursday we leave for Frisco which is on I70 west of Denver at an elevation of 9,000 feet. Then from there on it is all down ...
1. Colorado can be really hot
2. It is possible for Filipinos to be even louder (just put on a scary movie)
3. Something is making me sleepy (all the food, high altitude, the heat, catching up on lost sleep? I choose to blame all of this instead of laziness).
Sean and Cam have definitely ...
... then pulled over to put on a few more layers on as we was going up to over 14,000 feet and expected it to be very cold! The ride up was amazing, but the melting snow caused the bike to get out of shape on some of the hairpins... Scary! Eventually we reached as far as we could go and found a good spot where we could release Sandy's ashes to the wind, it was very emotional as Terri gave a very moving pray that brought a tear to all of our eyes. ...