Airport Value Inn & Suites
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... play on. I almost wanted to join them. The land around the playground was green and lush and prooved to be a pretty awesome back ground for family photos of the kids ( even with the weird guy screaming out behind us not sure who he was yelling at seeing as he was alone) We drove through old town colorado springs just looking at all the houses that like they were movie sets. We headed next to green mountain falls I wanted to take photos at the gazebo that is there. ( its ...
... the zombies at Universal Studio's Halloween Horror Nights!
We crossed onto Hollywood Studios in the later afternoon and enjoyed practicing our scream factor at the Monsters Inc. scream monitor, went on the teacups, carousel, and the cars exhibit. We were so exhausted and hot throughout the entire day that we went into the last performance at the theater that basically reproduced old films with a time traveling man! So cool! We purchased some souvenirs ...
... three hours later...arrived no problems. Called in to see some more fossils and an original homestead We also came across the flood damage in manitou springs, must have been bad... It is the marathon up the mountain tomorrow so we are off in other direction. Garden of the gods....old colorado springs....and aviation museum. We have ...
... in the south, far away, but because of strong wind it reached COS. During the past days I also finished mounting the last small pieces of furniture. The apartment is ready to welcome his first guest 2nd half of July. Pieter, your room is ready mate!! On Thursday I finished the calcs of the 2nd stage for J&J late in the evening. As a break I went for dinner to my favorite wine bar, they ...
... found us at the south parking lot on Paint Mines Road.
Driving east from Colorado Springs, the terrain consists of gentle, rolling hills with very few trees. As one reaches Calhan, turns toward the Paint Mines and scans the horizon; one sees...nothing. It is not until the hike in from the parking lot that one begins to see anything of the Paint Mines. After about a half-mile and a couple ...