The Cliff House at Pikes Peak
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... 31* at the top, but with the wind chill it was 21*. Most of the people in our coach were on the tour. It was a tight squeeze because the seats were small and also uncomfortable. There were two seats on one side of the aisle and three on the other and the seats faced each other, so some people, like us, went up the mountain backwards. The first part of the 8.9 mile trip was through forests of pine and aspen and the aspen are ...
We slept in late our first morning at the Dillon. This was easy to do, even though we were right off the main road, and really close to the interstate, very little noise invaded our motel walls.
Joanne serves coffee all morning behind the office. Yummy. George was up bright and early cleaning the lovely little pool. We decided to spend the morning just hanging out at the pool ~ AND ~ we were the ...
... was the man we met.
Finally, in the very last store we went into, we found Leslie's ring. It was a simple silver band with a band of gold going around the center. It was incredibly inexpensive so we bought it. A few days later we found two rings to complement it on either side. The two additional rings we found were actually made specifically for Leslie by William Browning through the Hunter-Wolf Gallery on West Colorado Avenue. ...
... were in the car and that was all we needed to do. I certainly hope so. J
We checked in at the United counter and had to pass through an initial round of security where we were asked questions on the purpose of our trip, where we traveled, did we pack our luggage, etc. We then found our way to the main security where we had to pass through another passport check, then through security similar to TSA in the US. A police officer was manning ...
... but we had picked this car up in California. I decided not to mention it. Another snow plough came down the mountain towards us. I got the instruction manual out trying to see how to go into 4 wheel drive and high grip but Gary told me not to bother; the car had done it automatically on the dirt track in Arches so we hoped it would do it automatically here.
The road continued straight but it continued to climb and the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility