Ramada Limited East
Travel Blogs from Colorado Springs
... title is Water Fowl Control Officer. Driving the cart was Troy who was a grounds keeper with Ruger and although he didn't train Ruger or pay for any of his expenses, he took him home each night and was never without him. They even drove to Michigan in May together to visit Troy's family. We had a nice conversation about dogs and the Boardmoor. Our time was short at the Boradmoor but we fully intend to return again someday but it was time to hit the road and head ...
... 17 spires. It is very modernistic and the one outstanding building on the campus. Only about 1 quarter of the grounds are open to the public due to 911. That includes most of the cadet quarters and classrooms which are in the northwest quadrant.
Kathy discovered something interesting. The final three sites under consideration for the Academy were Colorado Springs, Lake Geneva, ...
... hot dogs. I made French fries and salad. One of our few indulgences was bringing a small deep fryer. It was fun to see the surprise on our friends face. Deep fryers are not normally the indulgence people choose.
My son convinced everyone to begin the dinner with singing Happy Birthday. We are of Polish decent and therefore we follow the singing with Sto Lat. Imagine our surprise when our new friends knew the song! Both Marissa and Gerry are ...
... and snacks. After some food getting back to the gate and finding out flight got an extra delay of one hour...so we left JFK around 6.30 pm. In the meantime ML had Beth booking a hotel for us in Denver, while the I25 was closed due snow storm. After arriving in Denver and waiting for an hour for the baggage, we got around 11.15 pm at the hotel. This has been a long day! So Sunday morning after breakfast we drove from Denver to Colorado Springs. Icey roads, a constant view ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed