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Travel Blogs from Cortez

Visit Aztec National Park and then move on

A travel blog entry by sidsnow

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... are $9, one price for an hour or all day. We started off with french pastry in a cute little bakery. Then explored main street. Durango has a lot of its old charm, The historic section is mainly gift shops, restaurants, and pubs. Looks like if you stay over there is lots of entertainment choices in the historic district.

US 160 over the mountains to Cortez is a nice drive. We got to see some trees for a change. A nice treat after a week in the ...

Monument Valley to Cortez

A travel blog entry by alandliz

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Al jumped out of bed at 6 to check on the sky. Then the sun rose and Al spent the next hour clicking away on his camera. Between the 1930's and 2007, Hollywood made 49 films in Monument Valley. Most of these were westerns, but a few were not (Mission Impossible, Amazing Race). According to me, Hollywood left a remnant of their visit - a porta-potty! We came across one of these at one of the view points along the trail. The porta-potty ...

Settling into a groove now.....

A travel blog entry by ssnell

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First - a huge THANKS to everyone for all of your well-wishes & support - it is sincerely appreciated!

This really won't be a long blog this time, but I'll add more pictures to this one (they are worth a thousand words right?) I've settled into the more relaxed part of the trip and have had 2 full days of chasing National Parks. I have been blown away by the scenery, Utah is gorgeous (wouldn't want to live there, but great to go see for sure!!) - - I ...

Drive to Cortez, via Four Corners

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk

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... did have a chance to enjoy the magic scenery before turning back. We then drove on through completely different terrain - we climbed and drove via Flagstaff over a desert plateau, through Navajo, Hopi and Ute reservations. We saw monument valley (or the monuments) in the distance, and drove through the Painted Desert. Desolate but beautiful country, dotted with impressive rocks. Stopped for lunch at Cameron - an old Trading Post town in the middle of ...

Aztec Ruins National Monument

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

... than 400 masonry rooms. The structures were originally misidentified as Aztec ruins, which resulted in the name. The site was first studied in 1921 and became a national monument in 1923. Even though it was already a national park property in the 1930s it is not a CCC project. The Visitor Center was oncethe house of ...

 

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