Ramada Limited Colorado Springs
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... finally at 8:00-ish. Oh well! Mark took first shift driving, always staying about 8 miles above the speed limit to make good time without getting a ticket. Across Missouri via I-70, we settled in for the long drive. Today we would try to make it to Colorado Springs, so about 12 hours of driving. Mac and Josie are excellent car trip kids. They slept, played on phones and I-Pads and annoyed each other, but all in good fun.
Josie was crest ...
... this beautiful day. After lunch we found 2 loungers and enjoyed an afternoon by the pool complete with a swim in the pool and hot tub plus a Bloody Mary. Our room, as all the rooms at the Boradmoor, are exquisitely decorated with floral fabrics, large pillows and ornate belongings. I felt like a princess! Because we didn'thave proper attire for dinner, we ate at the family restaurant called Play. It was perfect because we were able ...
... a hailstorm that even traveling 5 mph feels like a risk (especially when you can't see more than about 15 feet in front of the car, yikes!)
Time to scout out some fireworks! Unfortunately, it's totally illegal in Colorado, so we have to see if we can walk to where we can view as show being put on at a nearby baseball stadium.
Can't promise more detail later (have to get back to work soon!) but I will post ...
... marvelous stained glass areas and the Protestant organ.
We walked around the Plaza, which surrounds the chapel that has the dorms, library, classrooms and cafeteria areas. They are currently building a new $35 million Character and Leadership Development (http://www.archdaily.com/283559/us-air -force-academy-ccld-som/). Go check this link ... it is going to be even more spectacular.
After a short stop at the ...
... we would spend in our Terry. We enjoyed vacations, long weekends and even overnight stays in Monument. We decided we would start looking for a smaller 5th wheel, so that we can easily get into State parks. Our dream to retire and travel around the United States in a 5th wheel continues to grow.
We started “window ...