Residence Inn Colorado Springs Central
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The trip from Raton to Colorado Springs was only a couple of hours. We arrived at Cheyene Mountain state park about 1 pm. The campground is very new, everything is pretty and clean. It is on the side of Cheyene Mt and our site looks down on Colorado Springs. It was bright sunny and warm when we set up camp. We sat under the awning and had a drink, just enjoying being outdoors. Of ...
... place for me to stay at his daughter's home in Desborough, UK.
Desborough is a small village, outside Kettering, UK, that is most populated with working class people. So basically not a place tourist from around the world flock to. While this might seem like a deal breaker, I am excited to get the true English experience. I like think of it as some one coming to America and going to a small ...
... but it was over 90 minutes long and didn't work into our schedule. Maybe next time!
Finally it was time for our tour and we met our tour guide who had tons of personality. Our tour group was about 15 people total from different parts of the country. Interestingly no one was from Colorado.
The cave tour was in one word--fantastic. It was much better than I expected. We were given about an hour tour and got a lot ...
... nice drives in the area, and a couple of cute little towns to check out, so not a complete waste.
As we didn't bother seeing any of Colorado Springs and felt a little bit bad so decided to stop at nearby Manitou Springs which lies slightly West of CS, and boy are we glad we did!
Manitou Springs is a lovely little European looking town which spreads up and away from Fountain Creek, residential stuff on one side and commercial stuff on the other. ...
... is assured of a trip to Europe, departing on a specific date and returning on a specific date, but the passenger only finds out the actual destination 24 hours prior to depature. The airline benefits by generating revenue from seats that were virtually certain to go unsold. Since this revenue is almost entirely incremental, the airline can sell these seats at a deep discount. Who would buy them? Well, obviously I would! But ...