Radisson Hotel Colorado Springs Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... problems as we start traveling.
So to Colorado Springs our home town, our family and our friends that have become family, we say... it is not good-bye, it is "see you soon".
We love you all so much!
(And I did not mention all the people and places we will miss. So if you are not specifically mentioned... please do not be offended.)
... was back in the office. During the week I made in the evenings 2 MTB rides literally in my back garden, I only discovered this wonderful biking area this week... Saturday I was planning to ride Gold Camp Road, to do some mountain training, but unfortunately the park was closed due to the floods of 2-3 weeks ago. Alternative: Red Rock area, where the paths ...
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... we ended up sitting in some comfy chairs by the big fireplace since the restaurant was booked. I taught the kids how to play shuffleboard. I think they really enjoyed knocking each others pucks off the board more than anything.
After dinner it was off to early bed since we had a big day of driving ahead as we continue westward. Destination for tomorrow is Grand Junction, Colorado. Broadmoor was a nice stop on our quest for the West Coast.
Last night we got into Colorado Springs at about 8:30 so we had time to find a hotel and get a bite to eat.
Today we are starting at Pikes Peak - a 19 mile drive up to the top of a 14,000 ft mountain. It used to have a section that was used for racing up, and there are a number of YouTube videos showing what that used to be like.
The road twists and winds its way up above the tree line up to the summit where the views assist ...