La Quinta Inn Colorado Springs Garden of the Gods
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... scan them again upon your exit. Well, the tickets we purchased (after we found a second machine that worked properly and accepted our cards), turned out to be expired. We had made it to Montevrain (the city where Disneyland Paris is located) and the only thing separating us from the Magic were glass doors. We put our tickets into the machine time and time after time but the doors wouldn't open! The worst part was that the only machines available to purchase ...
Saturday morning we awoke in Beautiful Colorado Springs. We didn't have any plans for the morning but at 3pm were had plans to attend a friends about 30 minutes west of Colorado Springs. We calculated the time and chose to leave in a timely matter. We were to arrive about 20 minutes early to The Lost Dutchman. As we headed West of 24, we came to a halt. A sign read Mud on Highway, Detour Ahead. I text the friend ...
... small restaurant where we both had crepes. They were delicious. Spent the rest of the afternoon walking around and going into some of the shops and galleries.
Our last stop at Manitou Springs was at a special gallery. I got the one present I am allowed on this trip. Kathy is going to get tons of tee shirts which might make up for all the expensive German replica jerseys l got over the years. I have always wanted a wood ...
... has an Alligator Farm which is a perfect example of that. Very small but so well maintained, clean and presents the animals in an appropriate way. Now to this zoo. First of all it is laid out so weird. I have never been in a place where you can wander into a parking area 3 times and have no clue how you got out of the zoo. All the buildings are designed oddly and cramped including the bathrooms. But I could overlook all of that if it wasn’t for ...
... this as a sort of training exercise before doing "THE PEAK". Manitou Incline was built as a cable car to carry materials to build pipelines on Pikes Peak. It was closed by a rockslide in 1990. The Incline was closed down and the rails removed. The rail ties are still there and the locals started using it for a tough workout climb. It gains 2,011 feet in elevation in 1 mile. Looking at the pictures you will see what a difficult but fun climb it is. ...