Alikar Gardens Resort
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... vertically by the huge forces caused by the uplift of the Rocky Mountains. It is very unusual to be able to walk around on grassy lawns, and then all of a sudden, a peak rises straight up before you. People can drive around and look or climb these unique monoliths – very impressive.
After that, we drove over to the base of Pike's Peak to take the Cog Railway to the top. There is a ...
... that include innovation and creativity from proven results and activities. Creative web designs and innovative advertising approaches can perhaps work effectively with little tasks in addition to big complete rebranding campaigns when the entire works are effectively managed by authorities in these parts. There has to be an established track record around the predicted results having a building of strong brands that will transform the company opportunity. ...
... had already landed. I had listened carefully to the safety briefing but as we were about to land the pilot said we were coming in a bit fast so I bent my knees (as briefed) but forgot to hold on and I suddenly found myself on my well padded derrière on the floor of the basket. The basket lurched and hopped across the paddock and the pilot called for ground assistance. Chris bumped his knee and was most concerned about his photographic ...
... the subject of ongoing scholarly research through the Green Scholars Initiative. In the summer of 2011, 400 items from the collection were put on display in a traveling exhibit called Passages which began in Oklahoma City and then moved to Atlanta. It will be traveling to other cities nationwide. On March 1, 2012, over 100 items were put on display at the Vatican in Rome during Lent.
Steve and his wife, Jackie, have been married for 29 years and reside ...
Oops! It's been a while!
We've been following an itinerary where we sight-see in the morning to early or mid-afternoon, and then eat dinner back at the house followed by a movie and/or karaoke.
I'm not going to take the time to remember EVERYTHING that we've done right now (it was longer than I thought since my last entry).
Some highlights for me were:
Mt. Princeton Hot Springs (that ...