Comfort Inn Colorado Springs

2115 AeroTech Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80916, United States
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What to see in colorado sprigns or close to CO

by olipondio

Hi friends.I´m Juan from Spain a nd i´m a new member of vt so i need some help.

i will go to CO springs in february next year so i would like to know some things.

1.- What about wheather there in fe-mar ??
2.- What i have to see in colorado springs and close
3.- what other state you recommended to fun or enjoy 3-5 days ( for exmaple maybe Los angeles with Hollywood , disney, universal studies ... )
4.- any link to see information about Colorado Spring and Los angeles ??

Thanks a lot all. Bye

Re: What to see in colorado sprigns or close to CO

by aachen

Hi !

Do a look here !

http://www.colorado.com/

Re: What to see in colorado sprigns or close to CO

by springbreak105

Hey,

You should definitely go to California. LA is overrated; it does have Hollywood, Disney etc. But the city is very spread out and is pretty ugly.

I would recommend going to San Francisco, or San Diego. I'll guarantee you'll love either one of those cities.

Many of our friends from South Africa and Australia both agreed they loved those 2 cities.

If you have any more questions feel free to ask.

-Jonathan

Re: What to see in colorado sprigns or close to CO

by cedkfal

Juan, what do you like to do? I have lived in "the springs" (what the locals call it) for 21 years now.

There is the Air Force academy which is open to visitors during the day.

You can travel up Pikes Peak (the highest Mountain in the Continental U.S. I would recommend taking the Pikes Peak Railway since it is pretty cheap and better then driving the car. I would check the weather before you plan this one though.

The weather could be 45 degrees or -8 degrees it all depends. Bring cloths to layer so you will be prepared.

For your 3-5 day trip if you are driving California is about a 15-17 hour drive (if there is no snow and all the passes through the mountains are open) I would look at Las Vegas, or maybe SanteFe New Mexico. They are closer. If you like the snow you could spend time in a ski town there are many to choice from, therefore, if you like this idea let me know and I can give you more advice.

Re: What to see in colorado sprigns or close to CO

by lauriechac

In Colorado Springs I would suggest:
Garden of the Gods
The Olympic Training Center
Cave of the Winds

Manitou Springs is close to Colorado Springs and it is a lovely mountain town.

Denver is great city, too! Lots to do...

If you can get up to the mountains, here are some good towns to see along the way:
Idaho Springs
Georgetown
Also, Buffalo Bill's gravesite is near Genesee

Santa Fe and Taos are in New Mexico. These are great places with a lot of Navajo and Ute history. They are only about a 5 hour drive from Colorado Springs.

The weather can be off and on during Feb and Mar. Bring some warm clothes. However, you will also experience a number of sunny days. Today it was 60 degrees Farenheit here and sunny. You never know...

Travel Tips for Colorado Springs

There are numerous sites to...

by axmor

There are numerous sites to visit.
In this Rocky Mountain region, you can take the Cog Railway ride to the top of the legendary Pikes Peak, or visiting the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.
Colorado Springs is also home to the United States Air Force Academy and the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
Colorado Springs is an hour drive south of Denver.

Hiking gear is essential

by PelLihi

Backpacks Solid shoes and hiking clothes I don't know what medical supplies you need for that, but be aware of rattlesnakes...No kidding, there are lots of them! A camera is essential!!!! cause you'll find lots of awesome photo spots in this area. Just take a few hours to hike around, it's worth it!

Columbine Trail

by leafmcgowan

A beautiful green space park that brings together the lower canyon with a rushing clear river with herbal flowers, brush, live oak, aspens, and pine; with an increasingly steep climb from elevation 6,250 to 7,300 ft upwards through one of Cheyenne Mountain's canyons. Beautiful flora and fauna, interesting geology, and rock climbing availabilities ... this free green space doesn't charge for parking and is a great place for hiking and outdoor recreation. You can take this trail from the Starsmore Discovery Center up to Helen Hunt Falls. Rating: 4 stars out of 5.

The Dead Ant Tavern

by leafmcgowan about The Dead Ant

Dead Ant Tavern
(719) 598-9867 * 4348 Montebello Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80918
A strip-mall hole-in-the-wall sports bar with a decent atmosphere for the sports fan and bar crawler. Good drink specials with mondays being men's night at a reduction of 75 cents off any drink. Usually free cover for many shows and a source for some up-and-coming bands followed by karoake on mondays. Rating: 3 stars out of 5.

Greek and Mexican on one table

by Erin09340 about Zorbadillo's Heavenly Greek and Mexican Cafe

Zorbadillo's, I think, is the best greek restaurant in town. The fact that it also serves mexican food is unusual and unexpected. I haven't eaten any of their mexican, so I can't comment on it.

In the warmer months, there is ample outdoor seating.

The owner, Costas, is quite friendly and fun to talk with. It's the only greek place in town with taramasalata and melitzasalata on the menu and if they'd only serve tomato keftedes, I'd be in paradise.

They have a wonderful selection of greek wines and ouzo.

Their dessert menu is delightful and includes galaktoboureko, my favorite, and a marvelous chocolate torte.

The only downside is the (to my taste) excessive use of oil on the roasted vegetables, no octopus on the menu, and the tzatziki is a little bland.

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Address: 2115 AeroTech Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80916, United States