Review: The Airplane Restaurant, Colorado Springs

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    After spending the night at the Radisson Hotel Colorado Springs Airport -- partially to earn a shipload of Carlson points -- we headed out to do a little site-seeing. The Colorado Springs area has a lot to offer in the way of attractions. There's the US Olympic Training Center, the US Air Force Academy, and even Dr. Dobbs Focus on the Family Welcome Center. You can also climb, drive, or ride the cog railway to the top of Pikes Peak at 14,110 feet. (I've yet to do the drive.) We decided to spend the day at the Manitou Springs Cliff Dwellings and Museum. Now I should warn you, these are a bit on the hokey side in the sense that they were actually reconstructed here after having been moved from another location about 100 years ago. But hey, if you don't have time to visit Mesa Verde on the other side of the state, these are a decent facsimile. As fun as the cliff dwellings were, they were really just filler until it was time for dinner at The Airplane Restaurant next to the hotel. The post Review: The Airplane Restaurant, Colorado Springs appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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