Super 8 Garden of the Gods

4604 Rusina Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80907, United States
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  • Couples75
  • Solo50
  • Business80

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Where to live

by zaq12

I am a young profesional moving from California to COS and was wondering where the best place to live is? Keep in mind that i am single, active and I like social settings. Big house or big condo it doesnt matter as long as there are things to do and people to do them with. I am not a lone wolf and would like a setting that has energy as well as beauty. And no Denver and Boulder are not options since I will be working in COS. Thank you for your help.

RE: Where to live

by MonoBichi

"Old" Colorado Springs, where I grew up, is now the downtown area. From there you can go East, mostly into acres of malls and tract houses.
Or West, which gets funnelled into a couple of main arterials and eventually leads up the pass into the mountains. This is the more interesting area of town. Colorado City is old red rock buildings (it missed on the modernization/demolition that devastated the downtown) very chic, very nice. Further out are small neighborhoods and eventually Manitou Springs. If I were you I would look downtown or on the west side.

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Colorado Springs History

by PelLihi

Colorado Springs began as one man's dream. When General William Jackson Palmer first saw the scenic attraction of the Pikes Peak region, he immediately knew it was a location which could attract his wealthy European and East Coast friends. The city's first stake was driven in 1871. Colorado Springs became especially popular with the British and acquired the nickname Little London. Riding the rails, visitors came to see the area's beauty and were inspired to stay by a mild climate and the region's growing resort accommodations.
In the 1890s, Colorado Springs found it was surrounded by more than scenic wealth. Gold was discovered in nearby Cripple Creek in 1891, and Colorado Springs found itself a thriving financial center. The golden years lasted until 1917, when the U.S. went to silver for its coinage and the local economy once again emphasized tourism.
The amateur sports segment is one of several service industries expanding in the region. Colorado Springs is home to the headquarters of the U.S. Olympic Committee and Olympic Training Center, the world's finest multi-sport training facility. Many other national nonprofit organizations have moved their headquarters to the Pikes Peak region.
Colorado Springs is the largest municipality in El Paso County with an estimated population of 320,000. The city accounts for nearly three-quarters of the county's population of approximately 450,000. The county contains 2,127 square miles, much of it rural agricultural and grazing land to the east of Colorado Springs.

Pack for different kinds of weather

by Erin09340

The weather in Co Springs is quite changable. One minute it's sunny and warm and the next a cloud has moved over the town and temp's dropped 10 degrees. I always have a light jacket and umbrella in my car.

Mueller State Park south of...

by Mtnfreak

Mueller State Park south of Divide on SH 67 offers great camping, day hikes, picnic areas, and cross country skiing. Across Hwy 67 and 1/2 mile south is National Forest Access to the Crags on the backside of Pikes Peak. The Crags can be reached in 45 minutes to 1 hour by a beatiful hike. Just below the trailhead is an overnight camping area.

Black Monday's at the Underground

by leafmcgowan about The Underground

The Underground, corner of Nevada and Kiowa, Colorado Springs, CO

Colorado Spring's currently ONLY Goth/Industrial/Dark Wave night is hosted every monday night from 10 pm - 2 am at the Underground on the corner of Kiowa and Nevada. DJ Omega delivers a great set list and the dance floor is a very enjoyable space - not too crowded and with a good ambiance. The rest of the club has lost the darker ambience it had under former ownership as the clientele nights have changed. The night is new but growing and shows incredible promise. I've enjoyed myself each time I've gone. Rated: 3 stars out of 5.

This night has been discontinued until further notice. The only Goth night in the Springs is on Sunday nights called "Disco for the Damned" (update 8/7/07) Suggest Dress in Black, Goth, Medieval, Fetish; Dress code not enforced

Bavarian Food To Die For

by painterdave about Edelweiss

Wiener Schnitazel, Jagerschnitzel, Bratwurst, Sauerbraten, Strudels, Black Forest Cherry Torte, wines and beers of Germany.
These are only a portion of the menu created by Heidelburger Helga Schnakenberg.
If you have been to Germany you know what to expect. This restaurant will take you back to Germany and leave you with a pleasant memory of great food. You will want to return again and again to enjoy all the Edelweiss has to offer.

This famous local restaurant has been here for decades and continues to lead the way in presenting exceptional cooking. If you have never had real German food, now is the time to experience it. If you know German food, you won't be disappointed. I would give it 5 stars. On my last visit I chose Sauerbraten with that tasty purple German cabbage. It was totally awesome.
The luncheon menu is good for a person on a budget as it is cheaper.
They have outdoor seating for the Spring through Octoberfest time. On Friday and Saturday evening there is German folk music provided by two musicians dressed in Bavarian Lederhosen.
Acoustics are good, and it is not a noisy restaurant.
In the winter ask for a table near the fireplace for more atmosphere.

As far as satisfaction. I would rate it better than a great experience, not only because of the great food, but the price is right.


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Address: 4604 Rusina Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80907, United States