Residence Inn Colorado Springs North/Air Force Academy
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... place to tour and see. This a a very recognizable 4 year college for the Air Force and the ones who go through there are very proud. The school and training appear to be very intense to teach these young people how to become leaders in this world. After seeing tis, Zach is really interested in attending here.
... attention today was "death" and “St. Francis”. There are multiple sculptures installed on the lawn area in front of the building. I enjoy the large sculpture of the Latino dancers. I also appreciate the art deco styling of the building itself. The lines are striking.
Once the museum opened, the main draw was the exhibit, ...
... Kansas as apposed to going to New York City or Los Angeles. The two trips can't be compared because of how different the experience would be.
I arranged the trip by comparing prices on several sites and took arrival times and location of the stops into consideration. Being that is this my second international trip, I tried to stay away from changing planes in countries other than the US just ...
... a few hours, we were on I-25 heading north to Raton where we ascended to almost 8,000 feet, and as we all know, what goes up must come down. Going up, the Dodge actually shifted into second gear, and coming down, we used the Jake Brake. And, why is it that when you start the descent, there’s always a sharp curve? Maybe it’s supposed to slow you down but I don’t think that works.
We arrived in Colorado Springs ...
... mountain goats and a moose on the road, they did not want to share so I waited until they moved away. Antelope, deer and elk could be seen at a distance. The trees at this altitude have already started to change colors. I spent the night in Gunnison, CO.
13 Sept There was frost on the car this morning and snow on ...