Travelodge Colorado Springs
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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 …
- It was an early morning at the Air Force Academy. First we were given a tour of the facilities and the school. It was super fancy, I was really wanting to take a ride on one of the stealth bombers. but they said no. ...
... to the train station and said our goodbyes. Two days later, I had to do the same, except I was alone and had the anxiousness of seeing Ken once again! Hyunjin and I started walking towards the train station together but my train left an hour before hers and the 20 minute walk to the train station turned into 40 minutes as we both struggled to carry all our luggage through the narrow streets of Nancy.
I didn't feel the nostalgia of leaving Nancy ...
... this time I knew we would not be able to summit. As we approach it the clouds had thickened over the mountain and we could not even see the peak and it had become overcast and was raining. The hardest thing about a mountain is that the weather changes so quickly on its face that even minutes can make a difference. We get to the gate though and it still says 17 so we go for it! I was almost sick as we rounded the bend to 13 where I fully expected it to ...
... after having admired the view from the top of Pikes Peak. It appeared in print in The Congregationalist, a weekly journal, on July 4, 1895. A plaque commemorating the words to the song was placed at the summit.At 14,110 feet, it is one of Colorado's 54 fourteeners, mountains that rise more than 14,000 feet above mean sea level, and rises 8,300 feet above the city of Colorado Springs. We were up and on the trail by 6 a.m., July 11, 2012, with 'Pikes Peak or ...