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Wednesday, Sept. 18th, was the day to have some minor repairs on our tow at the Subaru dealer. Friend Bill Morr, cousin, Bill Baum & Kate joined us for a sushi dinner downtown.
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... and the whole time I was at the end of the line, I felt really creeped out! You were creeped out? Try being at the end when something growls behind you! And about that growl, Oscar's dad had said that he had heard of that happening before.
Let's not forget someone dared us to turn the lights off, and when asked why us, he added, "because you guys are the trouble makers!" HMMM never have been a trouble maker until I hung out with a TEACHER!! ...
This morning we get up early and drive over to Manitou Springs to ride the cog train to the top of Pikes Peak. We take the first train out that morning, but still the train is full. We do luck out and are seated on the 3 person side with an empty seat between us and in front of us. Since you sit facing each other, this gave us some extra leg room. It is a 90 minute train ride one way. It is a beautiful ride up even though we are riding backwards. The ...
... than a cheap destination.
We stayed at the Park Inn by Radisson Heppenheim for 9000 points per night which is the lowest of the Club Carlson tiers. Considering that this property goes for about 60Euro per night for the standard room, and 75Euro for the superior room we got upgraded to, we got some real value out of these points which of course we earned during the Radisson 50k promo last fall. While it ...
... reported this morning that "something" ate the tops off some of our young sunflowers. Sad. Bunnies? Why now not weeks ago? On a later walkabout, I spotted what looked to be a dead animal out front along the hedges. As I walked closer I saw it was a huge cow patty. What!? Nancy Drew sprang into action looking for more clues. No path was visible through the tall grasses. What next? I hopped on the blue fat tire bike and rode ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPikes Peak Inn Manitou Springs
This was our third stay here and it gets better each time. We stayed in the first floor suite with a patio/balcony overlooking the river. Friendly, clean, welcoming, warm, comfortable and very good value for money. What more can anyone want; oh, yes, it is in Manitou Springs which is such a friendly, attractive place to stay.
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