La Quinta Inn Colorado Springs Garden of the Gods
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Rediscovered”. It is a display of many of the blown glass works of Dale Chihuly. The FAC held an earlier Chihuly exhibit in the mid-2000's. During that exhibit, the museum acquired several Chihuly pieces for the permanent collection. Most notable are the entry chandelier and the bright red piece hanging from the ceiling on the second ...
... we waited to board. He visited Colorado to look at house for his wife and 2 kids. They are 5 and 2. They want to move to Colorado so his wife can take advantage of a grant the state gives to women who start their own business. In addition to those passengers, there were the normal airline passengers, families with small children, business people, and individual trying to get back home.
As the ...
... dumb and dumber in front of me tore themselves away from the football game to spend a minute admiring the fabulous world around them…although I am convinced they didn’t appreciate it.
The Denver airport is very nice and clean and once I figured out that I had to take the train to the main terminal and then find my bag claim I was good to go. Jenn arrived an hour later and we made our way on the shuttle to the rental car place ...
... calm. We had our own private dune and enjoyed the breeze (although it did make the sand fly all over). After a couple of hours, we decided to muster up the strength for the walk back to the car. All in all this might have actually been the perfect park to end our journeys. Instead of multiple walking hikes this one only had the sand and it was up to us how far we wanted to go. Since we had never been to the Sahara or any other sandy desert, this was a totally new and ...
... into a recreation area. There were a series of footpaths around here that gave us a good workout which was required after the time in the car, and offered views out to the Rockies. We also noticed masses of scorched land, which we found out were part of a massive wildfire that had finally been put out just a couple of weeks ago. Some 32,000 residents had been evacuated and our hosts had been packed and ready to go as well. High winds gusting up to 70mph ...