Woodland Park Country Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... forecast and Colorado Springs and Denver were said to be wet wet wet. We decided to follow the sun and head north west and towards Jackson Hole in Wyoming to do a spot of white water rafting instead of sitting around waiting for the weather to maybe improve. We went through Denver to one of the other ...
... day break. We rode in a car to Inverness where we boarded a tour bus to John O Groats on the north east shore of Scotland. It was beautiful and exciting as the bus make its way along winding narrow mountain roads. When we safely arrived, the rain had stopped and the sun peeked out. It was cool and windy as we watched for the tour boat to arrive. Excitement was in the air as about forty people were patiently waiting for its arrival. ...
... you out Mom. I thought it was precious.) I tried to walk further into Manitou, but there were no sidewalks and it became unsafe with traffic. I could have used my bike in that situation. Bummer. I was a little overwhelmed by the day anyway, and went back to the cabin for some relaxation. This has been disappointing, but I'm glad I tried. I think I'd been able to appreciate the city if I spent more than a few days here, but I'm not that ...
... and we were rerouted several times to avoid terrible roads (gravel) and so we all congregated at has station Jug N Loaf (I know, what kind of name is that?) we bought food and passed out inside/outside of gas station. We also stopped at a bike store where we stocked up on new tubes for Rockies. I proceeded to sit down with other riders on floor to empty and sort out my Camelback, when I looked up and saw normal civilians just staring at us. This ...
... of cities. We also managed to spot a few marmots, some big horned sheep and a deer or two. When we got back to the bottom we decided that we were too tired to stop at Manitou Springs, so we continued back to our motel and walked to a nearby restaurant for some dinner. I picked up a few groceries afterward then went to join Wayne in our motel room for some more relaxation, still trying to catch up with all that had gone on during the last couple of ...