Super 8 Colorado Springs Airport
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... us. The majesty of the old buildings and the formality of the staff and surroundings swept us away and allowed us to relax and just get pampered. Jim surprised me by telling the staff we were celebrating a belated anniversary. Everyone wished us a happy anniversary and we were even given a bottle of champagne to help us celebrate. We laughed about that as our anniversary is in May. Our original thought was to explore Colorado ...
... spanning more than 700 years of history, including Torahs that survived the Spanish Inquisition, ones confiscated by the Nazis and recovered in concentration camps, and others from across the globe including China
§ One of the world’s largest holdings of unpublished biblical and classical papyri, including surviving texts dating back to the time of the now-lost Library of Alexandria
§ Rare illuminated manuscripts and unknown ...
... are easy access walking paths for the public. Dogs are allowed, yay! Rock climbing is allowed to professionals and those who have the correct equipment. We were fortunate that we got to see a couple of groups of climbers that day. It was amazing to see those that got to the top of rocks and were up there resting, or so it seemed, before they came down. We also had a view of Pikes Peak! ...
... 1960s converted for radar surveillance ...http://www.dean-boys.com/ec-121.htm) . This was the very plane type that John flew in as Flight Engineer for 2 years in the Air Force Jan 1975-June 1976.
Back at the Marriott, we joined the others in the Hospitality Suite for an Open Bar and snacks. John's buddies (who did not come on our tour) came down from their hotel room. We leafed through yearbook journals of the 1944-1969 years ...
... continued to develop. We sold the Hi-Lo because of a potential layoff. We missed camping, and found an inexpensive Excel travel trailer. We enjoyed this camper for several years but it had many flaws, so we sold it and started looking for a 5th wheel.
We bought a 34 ft. Terry 5th wheel, which we completely redecorated. We loved ...