TravelStar Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... blue and cloudless. The fantastic contrast between the sky and changing landscape prevented the drive from ever being boring. Taos itself was a bit of a disappointment. It was recommended by a few people as good place to visit - yes, maybe if our journey hadn't coincided with the annual Wool Festival! Setting that aside, on their main drag, the rows of shops in the adobe style are just a wee bit too contrived. We had a mediocre lunch, gave Cameron a wee run around at ...
... at the top to
enjoy the views and the gift shop. The train travels to an elevation of 14,115 ft., well above the tree line and at this time of the year it is still snow covered. The temperature today at the top was 30 degrees, with a wind that made it feel much colder requiring winter coats.
Some other facts about the train are: the track is 8.9 miles long, it is the highest cog railway in the world, ...
... that are carved out and built into a tall red rock cliff. The homes are very easy to tour and we climb a few stairs and a short ladder and rer able to see all the restored ruins in about half an hour. We then head to the gift shop in the Peublo, which is about 100 years old. ...
After 10 days non-stop working in Toronto and Chicago to start up the mini tour of Jay-Z & Justin Timberlake, I could go back to my new home Colorado Springs. Tuesday was more or less a normal day at the office. In the evening I had to pick up Pieter at the airport...he was coming to visit me for 5 days.
Wednesday and Thursday I had to work, Friday I got permission to leave the office ...
... 12 Apostles and the 5 members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The organ has 4,334 pipes ranging from the size of a pencil on up and can rattle the stained glass windows and be heard outside the chapel area. In addition to the Protestant Chapel, there is also a Catholic Chapel, a Jewish Chapel and a Buddhist Chapel on the lower level. The size of the chapels was originally based on a survey of religious preference at the time the Chapel was built, ...