The Leland House Bed & Breakfast Suites Durango
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... beer pong so that was the main feature of the nights entertainment. I was chatting to a few of the girls whilst Jake went to the loo, I hadn't seen him come back so I assumed there was a que. Jen said to me "good luck Jakes playing beer pong", at first I didn't believe her so I had to look for myself but low and behold he was in a team of 3 lads playing beer pong. I think Andy and the other Jake were on Jakeys team. They lost unfortunately but it looked like good fun, I saw Jake ...
... the valley and the top of the in-town mountains peeked out with snow on top. We had to take advantage of this type of day so Chip, mom and I hopped in the car and drove about 20 minutes up in the mountains for some snow and views. We stopped at Haviland Lake, a recreation area right off the main road. It was incredibly peaceful and beautiful up there. Next we made a stop at Durango Mountain Resort to ...
... a very steep trail to see cliff dwellings up close. There was even an underground kiva you could go down into via a ladder. We went down inside and saw how the park had made a replica of the roof. The kivas was very similar to the ones we saw in Arizona in May. When we got back to the top we went to the Museum and it was so well done that I wished we had a lot more time to look. We got back on the bus and Mike told us more stories and explained ...
... point we are about 2 feet from the edge of the gorge and about 500 feet above it.
We will be returning to Silverton next week by car and will do a blog about that then. But as a teaser, Silverton left us in awe. We have never seen an authentic wild west city that still looks much as it might have 100 years ago. Most of the buildings are original and the saloons, hotels, and brothels are still there.
... street is paved and rest are all dirt. Really felt like you were back in the 1880's. Walked around town and really enjoyed it.
Our car attendant was "Bob", retired military from Tennessee who works for RR 6 months during peak summer season. He was very personable and informative and gave us a lot of history on RR and the area. Told us about the locations where ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed