Econo Lodge Downtown
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We have been having problems with our F350 truck. When we started this journey we didn't expect to have to replace this truck. We budgeted for emergencies—we just didn’t plan for this size of unexpected expense this early. Several days the truck had no power—in fact going over Monarch Pass it overheated to the point of needing to pull off to ...
... at the Broadmoor. We saw several people with their personal dogs and upon arrival each dog is given a bone shaped tag that has their name engraved on it and says, Broadmoor guest on it. So cute! Molly, moose and Doug would love it here other than the fact they wouldn't be allowed in the pool, on the slide or I the ponds. I met Ruger on a golf cart and found out he worked at the Broadmoor. He chases geese and other animals out of the pond and off the golf courses. ...
... found on recycled parchment under a layer in this rare manuscript.
Highlights of The Green Collection § One of the largest collections of cuneiform tablets in the Western Hemisphere
§ The second-largest private collection of Dead Sea Scrolls, all of which are unpublished and expected to substantially contribute to an understanding of the earliest surviving texts in the Bible
§ The world’s largest private collection of ...
... given the heat in the late day we just took a few pictures before heading back to the Broadmoor.
Funny story: Christina and I had planned a dinner for the two of us at one of the resort restaurants so for the kids we decided to pick up a pizza and bring it back to the hotel. We ordered a pizza from Papa John's and proceeded to punch the address into our GPS which showed it to be about 15 minute drive away. This was ...
... 4 million. Wow! It has 4 chapels inside the 1 structure: the largest houses 125 and a pipe organ with 4000 pipes for the Protestants. The 2nd largest will seat 100 and has a pipe organ with 3000 pipes for the Catholics. The 3rd has seats for 50 for the Buddhists and the 4th for the Jewish of 50 seats. Those last 2 areas contain no musical instruments, just choir areas. We did not have time to see them all, but I'm attaching some photos ...