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
We left home this morning at about 6:25. Bob somehow packed our lives - or a three-week version of our lives into the Suzuki, complete with our doggie, Ebony. The Colorado landscape along I-25 is amazingly and uncharacteristically green. We crossed our first state line (of many) a little before 10:00. Big Horn National Forest - HERE WE ...
... de Boeuf and made steak bearnaise with Belgian fries! Mmmmm, delicious! Almost time to go to bed, tomorrow I will go for a ride of 40 - 50 km with the mountainbike. Oh yes, before I forget to tell you, I have a new car! Nice!!! By the way, end of July/beginning of August it rained every evening for a short time, I can tell you I have never seen so many lightning strikes in my life!!! That's it for now...enjoy the pictures and till the next ...
We got a relatively early start in the morning, and made a quick stop at the drugstore in Durango for supplies and then hit the road. Beautiful drive through southern Colorado passing through Wolf's Creek Pass and the continental divide. Almost ran out of gas, and stressed a bit when we drove for miles with "0 miles to empty" along roads that forbid any stopping, and finally found a gas station only to pull over and discover they were out of ...
... quiet for the rest of the night. Oh well, you can't complain for free. The drive to Colorado Springs today was very easy even though we went over a 9300' pass is was very gradual. We will be here 3 days and then off to the flat lands of Kansas. Lucky our son, Andy, is in Denver on business so we will be seeing him tomorrow for dinner.
... up at me so sad and I started crying. This room was a series of glass enclosures with no apparent ventilation to the actual enclosures so I have no idea why but again the smell was unbearable. It knocks you over its so bad. The enclosures themselves are sad. There is nothing natural about them at all. Very bland, all tan/cream colored. Nothing stimulating or natural. They looked like prison cells. I have never in all the zoos I have been to (and I ...