Grizzly Roadhouse B&B

Address: 3450 Highway 160 / 491, Cortez, Colorado, 81321, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 3450 Highway 160 / 491, Cortez.
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        Travel Blogs from Cortez

        Day 90 - Back in the Mountains With Indian Ruins!

        A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Aug 21, 2015

        44 photos

        ... away. Of course it was no problem, and dinner was actually very good. Jody had salmon and I had a chicken pasta dish, both were very good! The restaurant evidently had a strange acoustic problem. In the same building, above the restaurant is the lounge. Every time someone moves a chair across the floor in the lounge, it sounds like a very loud lion growling through the ceiling into the restaurant. All the customers ...

        Learning about Ancestral Pueblo people

        A travel blog entry by bobert on Aug 02, 2015

        9 photos

        ... very quickly.

        Unlike our visit to Canyon De'Chelly this time it was really good to get up close to the buildings, about 20% of which have been renovated and made safe by the US Park Service over the years. It was rather daunting to be underneath such a large overhang of massive rock but I guess the people living there must have felt the same in the beginning.

        After our tour we headed back out of the park to explore the large ...

        From Our House to Theirs - Pueblo Peoples

        A travel blog entry by batttravels on Apr 16, 2015

        4 comments, 52 photos

        ... part of the
        park and that road doesn’t open until the end of May every year.

        Canyon of the Ancients, most of the artifacts are in the museum/visitor center because the canyon was flood to create a reservoir and Hovenweep ruins were mostly
        built on canyon rims….right on the edge. They were usually built 3 levels high and
        were round, square or D shaped.

        The Pueblo people in Mesa Verde NP lived on top of the
        canyon in Pithouses and ...

        Amazing Museum of Artifacts

        A travel blog entry by lastrick on Apr 13, 2015

        28 photos

        ... at....sort of the same as before but this time with a view.

        We also drove about 28 miles NW to visit Lowry Pueblo. That'll have to wait 'till the next entry. More Puelboan ruins and kivas.


        Mesa Verde

        A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 21, 2014

        11 photos

        This National Park is huge. It has mesa top village ruins and cliff dwellings. We drove for an hour from the initial visitor centre, over and through rocky, sandy and sparsely vegetated mountains, to the place where one of the two most popular cliff dwellings is located. We paid $10 for the car to get in, and $4 each for a ranger tour of Cliff Palace. It is required that you have a tour at a specific time, as they limit it ...

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