Ramada Limited Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... would be familiar with the airport layouts. I found a trip with connecting flights at Dulles and Newark on the way there and Frankfurt, Germany and Chicago on the way back for a decent price. I also did some research on what to bring and what not to bring. Most common advice: bring an outlet adaptor.
Spring Break 2014 in the UK! Can't wait to see what this trip has in store for me! More to ...
... to N. Calif. I will plan on going through again.
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... br> Other planned activities included a magic show, pool party, carnival, bird demonstrations (more on that below) and lots of other things.
We took a leisurely breakfast and spent some time reading in the morning before heading to the pool. This extra relaxation time ended up costing us a chance to get a lawn chair by the pool. Since the resort was full for the holiday and the pool only has so many lawn chairs and umbrellas we had learned in the past ...
... a state run recreational area and so there was a permit required to even drive around it. What a bloody joke! $6 to drive around ******* lake? **** off! Suffice to say we immediately turned back around and buggered off, stopping at a camp ground to use the loos. Outside the loos was a sorry looking couple whom I asked "How's it going?" and they replied "Been better". I asked what was up and they explained that they were camping somewhere around the aforementioned ...
... Gods, and as we passed the sign the odds leaned heavier in their favor. We were happy we did, because it really was amazing! The sun came out and really lit up the red rocks, and each structure was different, awe-inspiring, and dwarfing. Plus, we also had a great view of Pike's Peak from there.
Last but not least, it was time to head to the feature of the day: The Castle Rock Outlets. After ...