Garden of the Gods Motel
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... playground and then left.
Santa Fe was far better. It's a place that is apparently the second biggest art centre in the US. It showed, the place was touristy but wasn't tacky at all. We headed to the Cowgirl restaurant in the evening which proved to be an excellent choice; the place had its own children's play area. We were seated just inside the restaurant beside the exit to the play area. I was able to sample a couple of the local beers as Cameron darted ...
... year round with the aid of a snow plow, at a speed of 8 to 10 MPH, the average grade is 12% and sometimes up to 24 %. From the top there is a fantastic
360 degree view of the surrounding mountains and the flatland to the east; and the views inspired the writing of a poem that was later put to music that we know as “America the Beautiful”. The rides up and down were fantastic with views of the ...
... tour the museum housed in this building which was built by local natives Americans.
We bought tickets to take a ride on the Pike's Peak Cog Railway today and we need to be at the rail station by about 1pm so we decide to head into town to kill a ...
... of the city of Colorado Springs. The uppermost portion of Pikes Peak, above 14,000 feet elevation, was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1961.
The track of the Pikes Peak Cog Railway is 8.9 miles long. The round trip lasts 3 hours and 10 minutes. The first third of our trip is along Ruxton Creek in Englemann Canyon. Here the steep track follows a cascading stream through dense stands of Englemann spruce, Colorado blue spruce as well as ...
... around the walls depict the Mediterranean beauties of the seas.
This is a charming 2-story building probably built in the 1930s or so; the upstairs is the restaurant, with a rounded front and sides, and lots of tables on the veranda. There were easily 20 different entrees on sterna heaters, including the roasted lamb, chicken and veggies. Topped with to-die-for baklava, we were full and happy indeed!
Then, walking back to the buses ...