Ramada Limited Colorado Springs

Address: 520 North Murray Boulevard, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80915, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 520 North Murray Boulevard, Colorado Springs, is near Palmer Park, Yampa River, Colorado Music Hall, and BlueBards.
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    Travel Blogs from Colorado Springs

    It Is Your Moment

    A travel blog entry by abonilla on Jun 14, 2014

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    ... France is that it's extremely easy to carpool throughout the country... and that's exactly what we did. I had carpooled to Paris on my way to Rome back in March, but this was Courtney's first time doing so. The driver dropped us off in the outskirts of Paris and we had to take the RER (regional train) into Paris and then take a metro and then a bus in order to get to our place and visit Disney! In Paris, you have to purchase RER tickets before entering the train ...

    The late Bride

    A travel blog entry by carterstravels on Aug 10, 2013

    ... 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. ...

    Pike's Peak

    A travel blog entry by bobkat68 on Jul 03, 2013

    11 photos

    ... but the ones we've seen, including a place in Stowe, have been very large and unbelievably expensive. Figured I'd have to settle for a beaver or a squirrel. Today we got a little 12 inch bear which we have named Manny since we got him in Manitou Springs.

    Didn't see any wild life on our train trip but that changed after we got back to the motel. A deer slowly walked through the parking lot and nibbled on some leaves. He ...

    Pikes Peak & Garden of the Gods!

    A travel blog entry by painey on May 12, 2013

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    ... then pulled over to put on a few more layers on as we was going up to over 14,000 feet and expected it to be very cold! The ride up was amazing, but the melting snow caused the bike to get out of shape on some of the hairpins... Scary! Eventually we reached as far as we could go and found a good spot where we could release Sandy's ashes to the wind, it was very emotional as Terri gave a very moving pray that brought a tear to all of our eyes. ...

    Night 26: Over the Rockies

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 15, 2012

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    ... brought us to the Front Range right beside the famous 14000+ foot high Pike's Peak where "America the Beautiful" was penned. This pass was the most challenging of the day with steep grades and winding roads. Since we were mere miles from the big city of Colorado Springs, there was also much more traffic to deal with. We passed the turnoff for the Peak Toll Road. I wad curious, but nit interested in paying the $29 toll. We passed the cliff dwellings which also suck ...