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We had not yet left Guyana when I purchased the July 3 tickets for the Colorado Springs Sky Sox and the Oklahoma AAA team. I had grand visions of watching the game, eating a hot dog and nachos, and finishing it all with an amazing display of fireworks…not! I have recorded similar fireworks disappointment elsewhere in ...
... lived in until 1984. This is one of the most accessible examples of cliff dwelling architecture anywhere; we were able to climb through all of
the rooms to see how they lived, the rooms and passages were all small from our prospective as they were only between 4 to 5 feet tall. It is amazing to see how they constructed
their dwellings up on the mountain side, and to imagine how these small ...
... tour the museum housed in this building which was built by local natives Americans.
We bought tickets to take a ride on the Pike's Peak Cog Railway today and we need to be at the rail station by about 1pm so we decide to head into town to kill a ...
... And so, we went back down the hill, watching as the marmots stepped out onto the rocks, lion king style, to watch us go by. Once at the bottom, we had a quick bite to eat, then we started our 6 hour drive north to Casper, WY which would be our half way, overnight stop on our way to our accomadation in Bozeman, MT. The drive was good - being able to travel at 75 mph (120 kph) legally is nice. The downside is that the ...
Today we both were suffering (more than usual) from springtime pollens all around us. Thankfully, I brought some good herbal capsules...and we are consuming them often, doncha know!
We took our time in the morning, and with several bottles of water to stay hydrated, we climbed the chartered bus (same as from yesterday) to Pikes Peak. For anyone who does ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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