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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... problems as we start traveling.
So to Colorado Springs our home town, our family and our friends that have become family, we say... it is not good-bye, it is "see you soon".
We love you all so much!
(And I did not mention all the people and places we will miss. So if you are not specifically mentioned... please do not be offended.)
... different shape as usually too because of the floods. This time my bike got a little bit dirty, but only a little bit. Sunday I drove with my colleague Casey to the reservoir of Pueblo for a ride in a different terrain. Only 40 min driving by car, but a big difference. Up to another week at the office and next weekend it will be 'Houston we have a problem' ...
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... unique menu and eclectic style was in sharp contrast to our typical stops on the trip so far. After lunch we walked around the downtown area and explored some of the local shops and the historic arcade. The arcade has some of the original Skeeball games from decades ago that you could still play.
A few hours later we were on our way to the Cave of the Winds and a family cave tour. To our surprise it was very crowded and we ...
Off to dunkin donuts for some iced cinnamon coffee and infamous oreo donuts to fuel up for some heavy duty outlet shopping. We had the fleeting thought of driving Pike's Peak, but quickly backed out on that idea when we realized it was 2-3 hours round trip. After stopping at another crafts fair and treating Brendan so some beautiful photography, we were back on the road. We debated on Garden ...