Travelodge Colorado Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Vi sov godt i nat på vores sidste hotel. Det går heldigvis hurtigt med at tjekke ind og blive installeret. I dag var vi på shopping i Castlerock Outlet. Anton blev på hotellet, for han hader at shoppe og han mangler aldrig noget, synes han selv. Jeg tror han nød at være alene. Man er meget og tæt sammen på s …
... of the road and we were not sure we were going over the pass. George and Tom Burke (friend from Denver) decided that it was probably injectors going out (which would be a sizable repair). We have looked at trucks while we were in Indiana, Kansas City and then Colorado. We really thought we were going to get an HDT which is a converted Semi-truck set up to pull a ...
... for sure. We stopped at the marina and took a look around. Because the water fluctuates so much with the opening of the damn, the ramp is very long ( or short depending on the water level). On this day the water was very low and the ramp was extremely long. Just walking up you felt like you were climbing a mountain. We met a lovely couple with a dog (of course) just coming off their boat from a day of fishing. They didn't catch much today but had a good time ...
... 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§ One of the world’s largest holdings of unpublished biblical and classical papyri, including surviving texts dating back to the time of the now-lost Library of Alexandria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 ...
... Mr. Tennessee confidently asserted to the woman across that we lose 3 degrees Fahrenheit for every 1000 feet of altitude, so, since we went up 8,000 feet, we lost 24 degrees. I'm no math genius, but I'm thinking that that didn't work out so well.
After lunch, at a quite good Chinese restaurant (we went way down to the end of town by the freeway entrance, as Manitou Springs has one of those downtown areas full ...