Imperial Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... to Garden of the Gods. I was enjoying the amazing view, when two guys started yelling at me from a nearby rock. It really ruined the experience. It made my inner feminist start to boil, but I just removed myself from the situation instead. I was getting fed up with trying to enjoy this city, when I started walking back and had the mountains catch my eye. WOW!!! I was thinking that Colorado wasn't as magnificently beautiful as I always heard, ...
... I was going to keep going by myself. My group, they're fantastic; they told me exactly what I didn't want to hear and told me I shouldn't go. I listened and they were right. When the van picked us up (and we picked up Jamie and Kim, too) we drove through miles of traffic and a sand storm. I'm grateful for my ride group today (Alicia, Jacob, Katie, and sweep (Lorraine and Christine)). -Showers at the Y -Town Hall -Clean kitchen, bins and bring bikes in -Blog -Sleep ...
... have included more pictures than I should but it was such that Lynn was shooting out one side and I the other and both down the middle which is why there are some duplicates. Again it is hard to get them all in correct order and I wish you could see them with our eyes instead of our lens.
Tomorrow we are off for a week at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
... have an appreciation for wildlife and present them in a way that honors the nature. I was wrong. The one word I would use to describe it is DEPLORABLE. I would like to say that I am NOT one of those crazy no animal should be in captivity people. I believe that zoos serve a real purpose to educate and promote conservation and they give ordinary people an opportunity to see and care about a species of animal they might never in the real world ...
... beautiful place with lots more to do than we have time for. After all, I am feeling a pull to get home even if I didn't get too far today. In the West, there sometimes is no choice about where to stop. We began in Alamosa and took advantage of the town's services since today we would drive through some very stark areas. Step one was to hit the Great Sand Dunes east if Alamosa, a stark place if there ever was one. The dines encompass 30 square miles wedged into a huge ...