Casitas de Gila Guesthouses
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- All-Suites Property
- Concierge desk
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Gila
... have easily added a measure of misery, too, and they haven't. They are quiet and very cooperative when it comes to their leashes & staying from "underfoot" in the trailer. We are very proud of how they are adjusting to traveling and their environment. Real troopers!!! Once Chad gets here, we will help him load a few items that he requested come from CA, then we will all be on our way to see ...
Woke up early again. I think it has to do more with the time difference as I am getting tired early and waking early. It is a 2 hours later here so 9 pm is 11pm at home. Did some computer work, journaling, hard disk backup, backup to the cloud and downloading photos from my iPhone.Left at a casual 11 am and hit the road with my goal today being the Gila Cliff Dwellings. ...
... you can enter the structures. From the river valley it is a scenic 20 minute 1 mile hike to the ruins. You can still hear the ghosts of people past as you walk the steep paths along the cliff face. It was the perfect time to visit as there were few people at the ruins. We all enjoyed the quiet and peace of this scenic place.
Silver City proper is an interesting mix of old Victorian buildings adobe structures and home to a thriving artistic community. ...
... up the
mountain side the cliff dwellings came into view, it was an impressive
sight. Many groups of people inhabited
the caves for thousands of years, but it was the Mogollon culture that built
the stone dwellings inside the caves; which they occupied from 1270 to 1300,
and then they moved for unknown reasons. The caves and the dwellings were high on the
sheer rock face, making it necessary to use a ladder ...
... the cave/dwellings we had to climb down a huge ladder. We got Quique out of the kennel and left this great place that should not be missed.
Now we were getting a little hungry for lunch. So our next stop would be the town of Silver City which was only 35 miles away. But we had to head back through the crazy, twisting roads of the Gila Forest. The road to Silver City was crazier than the road coming up. No way I’d do this in an RV. ...