Quality Inn & Suites, Garden Of The Gods
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn & Suites, Garden Of The Gods Colorado Springs
Stayed here for one night as a stop before we went on the cog railway the next morning.the hotel was well presented, and the staff were all lovely and willing to help with whatever we needed. The hallways smelt a little smoky, which considering we were in non smoking rooms was a little odd, but once in the room the smell wasn't quite as bad. Breakfast was really good, with cereals, bacon, eggs bagles etc. the hotel is also only 25 mins drive to the cog railway, and situated right next to I-25.
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Good ride and good day off. The ride was 75 miles uphill with a sweet sweet 10 mile downhill to cap it off. For our day off we had an awesome friendship visit at a park with a local group where we tossed the ol pigskin around a played some kickball. After that we got to have a tour of the Olympic training facilities. By far the best all you can eat buffet I've ever seen. The cavities were great but the people ...
... staff were expected to do it. The highlights for me were: 1. The unbelievable Christmas lights and trees that were illuminated throughout the property 2. The giant Gingerbread House. It was "real" and stood taller than me! 3. The most amazing Fitness Centre ever. I was in gym heaven. The pools and spa were awesome too. We ended our day with a beautiful dinner, present opening and a lot of laughs. So even though the snow was missing the Christmas spirit was ...
... debrey tucked near the gardrails on the East side. We were told that the highway gave out the night before.
We did make it to the wedding. It was a small outdoor ceremony with a tree lined lake as a background. About 80 guests attended. We were about 20 minutes late but fortunately we were not the only one. The bride had also got stuck in the same traffic we did and arrived about quarter to 3. ...
... I had to show my driver's license and we had to let the guard inspect the (empty) trunk, but then we were sent on our way without incident. The Visitor's Center, he informed us, was 4.14 miles down the road. Trust the military for precision. The self-guiding tour, as it turns out, now consists solely of driving the circle of the Academy road. There are six overlooks marked on the map, of which we found three. One of those is ...
... a few takeoffs and landings and eventually, we all got to sit in the cockpit.
After a refreshing two nights there, we packed up the van and headed back to Virginia again taking 2+ long days. After only driving 3-4 hours tops each day, we logged over 10 hours two days in a row. The dogs hated it.
We made it back to Blacksburg by lunchtime on the 4th of July - ahead of all the traffic!