TownePlace Suites Colorado Springs South
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... to the train station and said our goodbyes. Two days later, I had to do the same, except I was alone and had the anxiousness of seeing Ken once again! Hyunjin and I started walking towards the train station together but my train left an hour before hers and the 20 minute walk to the train station turned into 40 minutes as we both struggled to carry all our luggage through the narrow streets of Nancy.
I didn't feel the nostalgia of leaving Nancy ...
... hotel and called it a day.
Thursday morning we visited Garden of the Gods Park near our hotel. This is a really beautiful spot with weird rock formations that seem to pop up out of nowhere. We walked around for a bit and admired the scenery. It was super busy there so we didn't stay too long. We left the park and drove to the Warwick in Denver where our friend Keith works. We had the ...
... s and father's day all together. I gave my parents and godchild a present so I'll be every day with them. The last day some friends past by to have a drink and eat 'fritjes van de frituur' :-). After being home for three busy weeks it was time to leave to Colorado Springs again on June 3. In the morning Charlotte dropped me off at the airport for my trip of 16 hours. In the evening I arrived around 19.30 and my colleague Patrick was so nice to pick me up ...
We left Santa Fe and backtracked to Tent Rock National Monument where we spent several hours hiking. According to Lucas, "This is the best thing we've ever done." The hiking in the slot canyon and then climbing to the top of the mesa (even Bea made it) for the amazing views was truly spectacular - so spectacular, the kids didn't complain about the hiking!
From there, we headed to Taos for a ...
... but we stayed comfortable in our sleeping bags, which we brought with us. In the afternoon we busied ourselves by resting some and feeding the resident chipmunks. After a little rest we took a few short hikes from the camp site for some good views. The evening was spent sitting around the cabin chatting with the owner and other hikers. There were many interesting stories that were shared by everyone before sacking out. We were up and leaving camp at 6:45 a.m. Still ...