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If you’ve never been to Colorado Springs get ready to be touched by the spirit of ample spaces and blue skies. Being a mile up in the air and gazing at one of America’s most popular peaks, Pike’s Peak, Colorado Springs has a sense of peace found nowhere else on this land. Wherever you end up staying, you should be able to breathe the fresh mountain air every day when you step out of Almost Home Colorado Springs corporate housing.
With a lot to savor and a lot to do, Colorado Springs is one of the country’s best culinary destinations as well as the Country’s best scenic cities. Make sure you try as much of the food and enjoy as many of the sights as you can. And do yourself a favor, don’t miss the outdoors. Get out of your Almost Home corporate apartment, get your take-out food, go sit in a park and enjoy the towering ranges in the west or the plains in the east.
Business in Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs forms the base to multiple industries, ranging from military and defense industries to the high technology sector and tourism. The defense industry is centered mainly on installations such as Peterson AFB, Schriever AFB and the US Air Force Academy. In addition, Fort Carson, the US Army, is also located in Colorado Springs. Together, these four US military-related facilities account for almost one in five of the county’s employment. NORAD’s Cheyenne Mountain Facility is also located here.
Five Colorado Springs Corporate Housing Areas to Consider
If you are going to be in Colorado Springs and need furnished housing, then here are some areas in and around the city that you may want to consider:
Choosing to live in Colorado Springs is an easy decision. Deciding which neighborhood or suburb to live in should be the most difficult part of your stay.Located six thousand feet above sea level certainly has an impact on the climate in Colorado Springs. Add to that elevation, the range of mountains to the immediate west, the higher plains on the east and deserts in the south, weather prediction here is an interesting local pastime. Colorado Springs temporary housing residents should equip themselves with a few good pairs of sunglasses because the sun is out almost every day. The air is dry up here, influenced by the adiabatic winds descending off the range and the high plains. Temperature wise, it doesn't get too much hotter than 80°F in the summer. But it can get pretty icy in the winter, with temps falling to about 17°F in January and February. The record low was -27°F.
- US Olympic Training Center: The U.S. Olympic Complex in Colorado Springs is the headquarters for the U.S. Olympic Committee administration and the Olympic Training Center programs.
- Downtown Colorado Springs: With the presence of both Colorado College and UC-Colorado Springs comes a proliferation of nightlife activities and options for dining out. Check out the entertainment in downtown Colorado Springs.
- Air Force Academy: It's easy to find corporate housing near the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
- Green Mountain Falls: A rural community of less than one thousand people, Green Mountain Falls will bring out the nature lover in you.
- Woodland Park: Known as "The City Above the Clouds," residents of Woodland Park will often enjoy clear days when the surrounding area has inclement weather.
- Manitou Springs: Ride the Manitou and Pikes Peak railway to the top of Pikes Peak from this charming mountain town.Old Colorado City: Old Colorado City is a national historic district within the city of Colorado Springs.
Dining in Colorado Springs
Make sure to bring your appetite when you come to Colorado Springs. For some reason, between the air, the altitude and the wide open spaces, it stirs the appetite. But that appetite will not be left unattended for long, because wherever you go in “The Springs”, there is always good food nearby. Here are just a few to get you started.
- Blue Star.: The folks who dine here rave about the food. It is an amazing place to hang out or have an event. It has a creative menu, with tastes that are not easily replicated by other food establishments. The cocktails, the entrees and the appetizers set this place apart from anything else you have ever tried, This place should be the first place you visit when you get to your Colorado Springs temporary housing.
- The Airplane Restaurant: Part of this restaurant sits in the cabin of a retired US Air Force KC-97 tanker. The restaurant seats about 250 people and only 50 of those are in the actual aircraft. It’s a lot of fun to board an aircraft and to be able to dine in it. There is even a bar on board. The menu is pretty amazing too. It consists of Pastas and Salads as well as really great starters. As you would expect the menu carries an aircraft theme, like the Air Tower Nachos, the Barrel Rolls and the Runway Crispy Chicken Strips.
- Il-Vicino Wood Oven Pizza: There are two locations in town; they're both good although my favorite is the one Downtown on South Tejon. The other one is on North Nevada Ave. in University Village. Eating the pizzas here is an earth shattering experience. The Pepperoni pizza is not just a simple pizza here. There is never enough! The Da Vinci Pizza is another brilliant work of culinary art as is the Testarossa pizza.
- Sushi Ring at Southern Cross Shopping Center: Not every place that claims to serve sushi deserves a visit. But this place certainly does. It is one of the better sushi places in Colorado Springs. Try the Shrimp Tempura dinner or the 12-piece sashimi plate. They also have an all-you-can eat sushi menu. The Maguro Tataki is one of the best here as well as the Saba and the Ikura. If you like the cooked version, try the Army Ring. It is deep fried tempura shrimp with cream cheese, crab and avocado. Once you get familiar with this place, you will find it’s a great place to entertain business associates for a casual meal.
- India Palace: When you are in the mood for Indian food, it is not the spice that beckons, it is the blend. The balance of the pungent with the sweet, the tart with the heat and the salt with the bitter. Not many restaurateurs can claim knowledge of this culinary balance, and even less can accomplish it. But here, the food is all about the authenticity of the spice and the balance that is created. Try the Clay Oven Mixed Grill. It is simply divine.
Things to do while Staying in Colorado Springs Corporate Housing
There is no shortage of things to do, so make sure you do not just sit around in your Colorado Springs furnished apartment. Treat your Colorado Springs corporate housing as sort of a base camp from which you can venture out into this adventurous place. Get out and enjoy the sights, the sounds, the people, and the culture. This town is designed by nature for the outdoorsmen, so definitely get out and enjoy the land.
- Museums: Just as Colorado Springs is a lot of things to a lot of different people, the museums here catalogue that diversity and show the trail that has led to a place in time where Colorado Springs now occupies. From its history etched in the stories of its pioneers at the Colorado Pioneers Museum to the intimate relationship this town maintains with the air and space industry, seen at the Peterson Air and Space Museum. Of course the heart of some Coloradans remains firmly at the Rodeo, and this is chronicled beautifully at the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame.
- Performing Arts: Once you've understood the town from its historical perspective, you could look at this city from its cultural and artistic side. There are a few local theaters and local performance companies that give you an idea of what is considered art and what is considered humor in these parts. The Bemis School is one place you need to spend some time. It's an amazing place. Then there is the Stargazers Theater and Event Center. The line up here throughout the year will keep you entertained. Another one that will keep your dance card full is the Colorado Springs Dance Theater.
- Malls: There are three different major shopping areas in Colorado Springs. The first one is north of the city, Chapel Hills Mall near Briargate. The second one is the Promenade Shops at Briargate, not too far from the Chapel Hills Mall. The other major mall. Citadel Mall is located across town to the south. You would find the usual mall inhabitants from JCPenney to Dillards, GAP, Abercrombie & Fitch and the like.
- Parks and Recreation: Pikes Peak is fourteen thousand feet in elevation and you can take the 19-mile Pikes Peak Highway all the way up. You can walk up it too if you like. It is the second most visited mountain in the world and the view from here is breathtaking. Another amazing place to visit is the Garden of The Gods. The rocks and views here are spectacular, so spend as much time as you can and soak it all in. There is no other place like it in the United States. You may also want to visit the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Seven Falls or the Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site.
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