Super 8 Colorado Springs/South Circle
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... for people to walk, hike, picnic, climb and of course, photograph the stunning formations that are the Garden of the Gods.
For a slightly different experience we set out early to drive to the summit of Pike's Peak. Now how hard could that be! ....putting aside for the moment Bob's well-known fear of heights; the sign at the toll booth that included, "we recommend 1/2 tank of gas" and the ...
... we turned around, backing the trailer onto a farm field access road. We then returned to Rt. 96 and headed west to
US 287, and south to US 50. Turning west
on US 50 we traveled to state road 194 and the “Bent’s Old Fort National
Historic Site”. This was a
reconstruction of an 1833 trading post that was built along the Arkansas River
where traders, trappers, Indian tribes and travelers along the Santa Fe Trail
could rest, trade ...
... is advertised as a barbecue and general store and we head in and line up to read the menu. The menu shows several types of barbecued meats including lean or moist brisket, smoked turkey, sausages and various types of ribs. The cold sides are packaged in a different sizes in the fridge as you walk in the mine. When ...
... We will even be able to do out laundry for no charge, just our own detergent.
After settling in we headed for…..Pike’s Peak—America’s Mountain and ICON of the American West at 14,110 ft above sea level. We booked a reservation on the Manitou and Pike’s Peak clog Railway for 4:00pm with a return time of 7:10pm.
Pikes Peak is the easternmost fourteen thousand foot peak in the United States, located 10 ...
Today grandpa wanted to get his window fixed, but he couldn't get an appointment until tomorrow so we went to the Royal Gorge. It was so hot and exhausting, but beautiful and interesting. Grandma had to go in the shade and finding a place to rest while we made our way across the bridge to the south side of the tram. The grandparents wouldn’t let me do the skycoaster, which is similar to the ripcord back home, except it showed the gorge while you flew in the air. So ...