The Leland House Bed & Breakfast Suites Durango
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Travel Blogs from Durango
... the Powells was just right... and dear HH came out with one of his dazzling one liners on the way back.
Kate was all snuggled into more layers than a Vienetta, complete with hood.
"Why are you wearing that?"
"My head hurts."
"Well you won't get picked up tonight with that. It's not a good look."
i love him.
Is there a special prize for being a ****?
Have I won it yet??
... begins to warm the cold spires. The rocks are burnished and glow as the canyon emerges from the shadows. The night is dying slowly. The rays fall over the rim. The day comes to the depths, inch by inch, a thousand years, with each tick of the clock. We race forward to catch the next view. We stop. We run. Chasing away the shadows. Drinking in the sight. Shivering in the weak morning light.
From the high altitude of the ...
We have had such an exciting Christmas (and year...)! We're gearing up to buy our first house (closing on Dec 30th) and we are thankful to have spent much of the holiday season with our Durango family of friends (although wishing we could have also spent time in Minnesota and Ohio).
We kicked off the Christmas season with a ladies cookie exchange and I'm still coming down from ...
... all the artifacts. We spent the rest of the time until dinner walking on Main Street and shopping. Derek bought a new pair of shoes and Larry got a new pair of Minitonka moccasins which he uses for slippers. Then we went to The Diamond Belle Saloon in the Strater Hotel for drinks. When we walked in, there was a woman playing honky tonk piano. The waitresses were dressed up like saloon girls and it was packed. We were lucky to get seats in the ...
... Later gunslingers were hired by the large ranchers to settle disputes between them and smaller ranchers over stolen cattle. So Wyatt Earp was brought in to bring order between the residents, followed shortly by Bat Masterson. The two lawmen also traveled to Silverton, higher in the mountains, as the same problems were happening there. In time the Ute's land was taken by the government through treaties, often broken, leaving only a small ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed