Quality Inn & Suites Pueblo
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn & Suites Pueblo
Very Nice Clean Hotel! Large Room! Cookies in the Afternoon!
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Today it's time to set our sights east as we begin to make our way back to Orlando. But not before we make one last farewell tour of the mountains. Our destination is Pueblo, CO which is only 50 miles south of Manitou Springs, but we are going to turn that into a 200 mile journey back through the mountains called the Colorado Springs Loop.
... feet above sea level. Here is the view from our cabin. Although right off the hi-way, the campground was lovely. We even had the hot tub to ourselves under the stars! The campground owner was from Vermont and quickly assessed the type of campground we were looking for – privacy and trees (if possible). He recommended Cotopaxi, west of the Royal Gorge. ...
I plan to start in Pueblo Saturday morning August 22 and go to Cotopaxi.
Thoughts at the beginning of the trip. I have put the towns I hope to reach each day. After I get to Yuba City it will depend on how I feel and what I want to see that day.
I have a ticket to fly back Sept 14 but I may come home before that.
Because I have not rode the bike as many miles as I planned to this summer I will probably stay in Gunnison two nights to recover ...
... out for Cripple Creek. Mom had found a gold mine tour called the Molly Kathleen Gold Mine Tour. We decided to head there via "Shelf Road". W.O.W. Shelf road was a dirt road that was in the scenic drives book that Dad has been looking through for this trip. The majority of it was one lane with a few areas where the road was wide enough for two cars to pass. It drove along the edge of a canyon and had very steep ...
... George is made of ceramic. I think maybe I need to make George a sign saying "Not A Real Dog" after all! Well, after a few minutes explaining the story of George, Tom says we have to bring George inside the gate to the front yard, so we unbuckle him and I lug him into the front yard. What do you know, sitting there on the front patio is Tom's own full size ceramic Dalmatian! Obviously, George was thrilled to meet another one of his kind so we left him there while we went inside to ...