No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Cascade Village Durango
Travel Blogs from Durango
... go to the grocery store, hike, or cruise around with their little one. They can concentrate on that one crying baby by holding and calming it down. I'm so jealous - it seems wonderful. For me, it takes a lot of planning to get out of the house with both of them if I'm on my own or with Chip. For example, the other day I tried to make it to the park to meet friends. I planned all morning...eat, sleep, diaper change...check and ...
... and straight into a partial whiteout situation.
The banter was intense.
Dressed for the occasion? Why certainly, with no sweater and the trusty Birkenstocks, we were cooking with gas and everything was fine.... if a trifle soggy.
There is a steam train which winds its way up to Silverton from Durango, and stops near the visitor's centre. Pretty, but with such a narrow gauge, possibly not the most comfy ride.
The visitor's centre was crammed full of ...
... and leg. One word: sexy!
Stretch marks: None!! Thanks to genetics...or the Eucerine lotion I've been dousing my belly with since early on.
Sleep position(s): Yep, only one left. And it's sitting up with 5 pillows propping me up.
Work: I'm down to a few hours of work per day. Next week, maternity leave officially starts for me. Although I found out when I come back in 3 months, I won't be working in the same role ...
All in all, moving day was a success. We finished the day, in our new home, eating dinner with the Butzens. Thankfully they helped unpack some of the essentials that we would need to use in the next 24 hours. Although we couldn't find the silverware and that ended up being a slight inconvenience when I was trying to eat my cereal the next ...
... ourselves to a pedicure then grabbed some Rocky Mountain chocolates before heading into a movie ('Almost Time') at our downtown movie theater. By the time the movie had finished, we caught the very tail end of the sunset and grabbed a huge piece of pizza at Diorios, a local pizza shop. To finish off the night, we walked a few blocks to Cocktails and Creations where our painting class was about ...