La Quinta Inn Colorado Springs Garden of the Gods
Travel Blogs from Colorado Springs
The morning sun shown through the curtains early but because of the time change, we were up early and ready to go. We headed over to the resorts spa and got directions to the canyon close by for a hike. Jim ran and I walked and enjoyed the wonderful rock formations, flowing streams and serenity of the park. We climbed just over 1000 feet and Jim ran about 7 miles. I was to meet Jim at the spa when I returned but of course got distracted by a dog. By the way, dogs ...
... This park was originally owned by a wealthy businessman who on his death donated the park to the city on the condition that it always remained free to the public. The park contains trails leading to bizarre red rock formations, many of which the public can climb on and scramble over. Although we got a little carried away following the trails (as we still had to walk the 3 miles back to our hotel) we had an awesome day out. Sunday is the dreaded 28 hour Greyhound bus ride to San ...
... the resort had to close due to thunder and lightning, since we all had pretty decent sunburns the next day. Ouch! That's the third time in my life that I've been truly sunburned and the first time where it's lasted longer than a day and needed some sort of cream for it. The high altitudes can really get you!
Seven Falls (two days ago) - This one was really one giant series of cascades called the seven falls. The ...
Finally I have some to write something! The second trip is gonna take three weeks...after giving a drink for friends and colleagues on Friday April 19, it was time to leave for a longer period. So Monday morning I passed by at the testbuild Bon Jovi in Werchter to say goodbye to some colleagues and having a coffee. After that dropping my car at the office in Tildonk and Mil was taking me to the airport. Lots of luggage ( /- 65 kg, including my mountainbike). This time I was flying ...
... arrived at Cheyenne mountain Resort and checked in. The lobby was stunning. We are in room 360 of the Clear Creek Lodge building which sits at the bottom of the hill behind the main building. As we pulled into the parking area for our building we saw a whole bunch of deer…like 5 or 6 grazing behind the building and between here and the main lodge! I thought our wildlife experiences were over. Pleasant surprise! Apparently I ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed