Ramada Limited Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... over CS. Richard had to wash the Jeep, of course. Neither of us were hungry, since we ate at Cripple Creek earlier. I did some laundry, getting things ready to move out , I really like this campground. We've had deer walking thru our camp. The trails are great, the weather is perfect. The views are beautiful day and night. We will definitely be ...
... extended family.
My mother's family is half english and half american, so I have relatives all over Europe and the US. My father's family is primarily Panamanian but is less connected because his parent immigrated to the US before he was born. I asked around and discovered my grandparents on my mother's side were taking a trip back to England for my grandfather's 80th birthday in March. He ...
... wait around 45 minutes for the next open tour of the cave. This translated into a long wait touring and retouring the gift shop.
There were two tours available: the Discovery Tour and the Lantern Tour. We chose the Discovery Tour since the wait would be less. The Lantern Tour is a much spookier experience since the only light source is a candle lantern that each person carries. Tymber and I both wanted to the do the ...
... atmosphere in taking your breath away.
A couple of phone calls from the one side of the summit where we could get a signal, and then back down, where they stop you and check the heat of your brakes halfway down to make sure you won't reach the bottom faster than expected.
Now to find a place to get changed out of the warm clothes we had for the summit to something more suitable to the plains of Kansas where we're off to ...
... movie, the first time I'd watched one in many a year and the first time since I'd watched the Family Guy parodies which made a whole lot more sense afterwards, and made the original a lot funnier. A quiet night in followed chatting away over dinner and we headed to be, having not seen much of Colorado Springs, but being more interested in heading up nice and early into the Rocky mountains. One thing we knew was that we were looking forward to a cooler mountain ...