Pete York, general manager of the Cliff House in Manitou Springs, said a fire there more than three decades ago sparked a renaissance.
Pete York, general manager of the Cliff House in Manitou Springs, said a fire there more than three decades ago sparked a renaissance.
If you ask Paul York, a butterfly effect that led to Manitou Springs’ resurgence in the late 1990s began largely thanks to an errant cigarette in 1982. The general manager of the 142-year-old building now known as the Cliff House at Pikes Peak, York said a man then hired by the city of Manitou as […]
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