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... of the tribe and why they lived there. The experience last about an hour. Then came the climb to the top, this was narrow stair case and ladders. My phobia started to kick in but I made it to the top. We headed back to the van and onwards to the self guided tour, of the spruce tree house. The climb down wasn't as bad as the walk way was less steep and not so narrow, by this point the rain had started. Both the cliff palace and spruce tree house was eye ...
... I accidentally erased all her contacts. Oh boy, this was not good. I then spent the next hour on the phone with Apple to fix the problem and they did. What a miracle. I am telling you, those people are amazing. What a relief. All the contacts were restored and I vowed never to touch my moms I-pad again. Dinner was fantastic and we all called it an early night ready to face the new day ...
... br> It is like an artificial film set but it is the real deal but with the saloons and houses of ill repute replaced by tat shops.
The buildings themselves are incredibly impressive. Imagine them in black and white, take the cars away put some horses in and you are back 150 years.
Hard tems for those living here both then and now. Again, it is another place that one senses is on the edge of something. It has a ski lift but that is not ...
... less crowded than that so it was still great. In some ways it seemed more like an eastern area than some places out West. The only reason I say this is because some of the trails were narrower than other Western areas. The scenery and bowls of course are completely unlike the East! I loved that the town and mountain are easily connected via the gondola, which made it very easy to get around. I also really liked my hotel, the Camel’s Garden. It was in a very convenient ...
... take too many videos and pictures of the place but I could not help it. The train made it back to Durango just before 6:00. Now Durango seems like a great town, but we had to get back to take care of Quique. Driving back the 45 min. to our RV we decided we would stay an extra night here and hang out in Durango tomorrow.
Yes, the train trip is costly, but I think it is worth it. This was one of the highlights of the entire trip and the best train trip ...