Rodeway Inn Manitou Springs
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After our too brief trip to The Garden of the Gods, we grabbed a couple sweatshirts and headed to Cave of the Winds. This was approximately a 20 minute drive from the Dillon. As we began our ascent to the top of the mountain, the signs warned us to stay in low gear. LD was driving and was kinda like, "Oh, that's what's that gear is for!" Steep doesn't even begin to describe that drive!
We had booked their Lantern Tour that started at ...
This morning I purchased the tickets for a 2.40pm train journey up Pikes Peak using coupons I saved us $20. We rode to the railway station through the beautiful township of Manitou Springs.We boarded the train and headed for Pikes Peak the second most visited mountain in the world after Japan's Mt. Fuji. The journey begins and ends at the historic Manitou Springs depot.
We were some of the first diners at the Trading Post. We all opted for buffalo cheese burgers. I must admit I had never had one before. They all came with french fries. The bonus of the day came at the cashier. By showing our Colorado drivers licenses, we were treated to buy-one-get-one-free! The cashier gave us a number. We went outside, selected a table near the small ...
... but not pouring. However, since it had been raining so hard, when we crossed the street we had to go through some fairly high water that was coming from the streets higher on the hill. The bottom of Hillary's blue jeans were soaked. It did not impact me because I was wearing shorts and sandals.
Coming out of that store we found it was just sprinkling. Hillary and I went into another jewelry store and then a comic book ...
... the US-64 and were aware that it twists and turns over the Sangre de Christo mountains through an aptly named settlement called Eagle's Nest. Additionally the Mapquest printout that we had for this particular section of our trip was also north on the NM-522 and the US-160. The NM-522 (or CO-159 later) follows the valley bottom north alongside the Sangre de Christo mountains and although the US-160 goes over them, it looked on the maps ...