Days Inn Garden Of The Gods
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Garden Of The Gods Colorado Springs
This was a good hotel. It is very clean with updated rooms and well worth the price we paid. The pool was closed due to renovation so we got a deal.
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Our Colorado Springs experience was a kind of Geology 101. From the red rock monoliths and unique formations of the Garden of the Gods to the 14,000ft of Pike's Peak we saw what Colorado is known for. In 1906 Charles Perkins, a railroad magnate, purchased several hundred acres on which to build a family retreat in the west. Unfortunately, the financial demands of keeping his railroad a viable force in the ...
... br> equipment looked like miniature toys, it was quite exciting to watch theoperation. From there we headed to “Victor”
another small mining town. Leaving “Victor”
we headed north on State Road 67, the “Gold Belt Tour Scenic & Historic
Byway”, this was a beautiful ride through the mountainside country. Reaching US 24 we turned east and went back
to the campground.
... chatting with the family seated with us who have three kids. We speak with the mom and grandfather and grandmother about the kids who are also homeschooled. We exchange views and curriculum ideas and soon we are at the bottom. I had to chuckle a little as the children referred ...
... trees. The track is built next to the stream and there are boulder fields on both sides of the train. Conductors like to point out the various "faces" and shapes which, with a bit of imagination, can be seen in the giant boulders. Right near the Minnehaha switch (where the down coming trains pass the up going train on many trips) is Minnehaha Falls.The middle third of the trip is on a gentler grade. Right below the old settlement of Ruxton Park, the ...
... What an experience the train was! It takes a little over an hour to get to the top, and you are basically going up the whole time. And it is getting colder the whole time. But what spectacular views! And we saw lots and lots of yellow bellied marmots above the treeline, and they look a lot like ground hogs. Now, I was a very good girl and did what they told me to do to avoid altitude sickness....I drank plenty ...