El Colorado Lodge
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... I only give 'God' credit because of the name; a name which remains due to three conditions imposed when the land was given to the state: the name must remain Garden of the Gods, it must remain free for the public and it must never get any smaller. I believe the previous owners must have been "slightly" religious to ignore the overwhelming scientific evidence suggesting the rock sculptures were made through wind and water slowly eroding the ...
... through here, but the drought made it tough to fund much water anywhere. I hoped Andrew would give up on his idea, and doubted he would. He was no longer the boy who whined on every little hike asking to be picked up. On this trip he had pulled us up and down mountains on paths I would never take except for his insistance. But the heat got to him. We were baking from the sun above a d beneath our feet. Andrew, and not I, suggested we try this another day. We joined Mom ...
... great choice of drinks and snacks, a laid-back atmosphere. It is run by the Twelve Tribes community (http://directory.ic.org/20287/Twelve_T ribes_Community_in_Manitou_Springs_CO/i mages/785) and there is material around relating to their religion but it isn't forced on you in any way. Gary and I discussed as we often do why it is that these communities seem to feel that they have to dress as ...
... into a side road but the depth of snow and lack of grip was such that he just very carefully turned the car around and went back to the main road. We drove on with me worrying about the need to eat on top of everything else. Almost at the interstate, right by the access road, we spotted a Pizza Hut; I have never, ever, ever been so pleased to see a fast food restaurant. The car park was almost empty but it had possibly been ...
5. Hanoi is lawless, crowded, noisy, dirty, full of smells, great food, noisy, full of life, full of beautiful old buildings...oh, did I say NOISY!!!
6. They love beer! They make their own beer daily called Bai Hoi. They also have Tiger, Saigon, Can Tho, Huda, 333, Hanoi, Biere Larue, etc...they drink beer on their lunch breaks, get back on their scooters...and away they go!