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TravelPod Member ReviewsAneth Lodge Cortez
We enjoyed our first night here enough to stay another. Not fancy, but clean, convenient and well priced (we were probably off-season in October, and paid $55 all in for a double queen). They didn't charge extra for our dogs, and we spoke with a number of other guests who were all quite friendly in the parking area/courtyard. We'd stay again if we found ourselves in Cortez.
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After booking our room for a second night, we walked across the street to what appears to be the only "bakery" in town. The Pie Baker Bakery had good bagels and some other pastries, but was mostly a nice little coffee shop with cool robot-doughnut themed art on many of the walls. The dogs got to enjoy some sun on the sidewalk.
Our aim today was to see the 'Four Corners' New Mexico, Utah,Colorado and Arizona. We drove about 300 miles,although we did not intend to travel as far. We could not find a motel before the border of New Mexico and Arizona so we kept driving and ended up near Cortez Colorado. We eventually stopped at a Casino as we could not find a motel ...
Started our four wheel drive tour with our Indian guide, Watson. Turned out to be a great deal - not only did you see places you cannot go in a private car, but he pointed out numerous movie locations - 3 John Wayne movies, as well as Mission Impossible, Indiana Jones and more.
The "mesas", "buttes" and "spires " went on and on, spread across the red sandstone valley floor. One area had sand dunes against the mesa. Some really fantastic ...
... Gringos observed the ruins in the 1860's, then long abandoned and mistakenly called them Aztec Montezuma dwellings. Several Hopi and Yavapai communities trace their ancestries to early immigrants from this place (without even a whiff of an Federal Immigration plan, long fought over in the US congress, only to get a lot more interesting in the next couple of years, and may not even mention the Hopi or Yavapai, as they struggle along party lines ...
... on the Navajo Nation Tribal Park land, so there is ample opportunity to browse and purchase locally made jewelery, as well. It's one of those sites that make for an interesting tourist stop. People try various creative ways to put their body on all four spaces, eg, posing while doing a push-up or a yoga "bridge" position!
Hovenweep National Monument, near Cortez, CO. The canyon and mesa country north of the San Juan River (UT & ...