Rodeway Inn Cortez
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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nice but not fancy
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... with a crowd. She also had an unbelievably high pitched voice, So high, that Jody thought we might be in a Saturday Night Live skit. But we didn't really come to be entertained by the ranger, we came to see the ruins. They were great! Very well preserved, and our ranger did know a lot about the current theories of these ancient people. There is apparently no written history of these people, and the oral histories ...
... and hairpin turns. It was a delightful ride, although I found myself wondering when we would finally reach our lodging at the Far View Lodge.
Rooms at the Far View Lodge are fairly rustic and minimalist. No television, cell signal, and the wireless access is hit or miss depending on where you stand. In contrast, the restaurant is very contemporary and offers some very classy ...
... going up and 25mph going down. The last 90 miles were on our original route, as the snow had stopped. So we didn't have to go to Plan C!! In Taos, we passed Kit Carson's house.
The scenery was incredible, and just kept changing. We'd see snow beside the road, then go into a valley and motor along for miles. Then over another range with even more snow! And then another! And lots of ...
... rock formations. Like I said, Monument Valley was in the middle of nothing, but when we arrived, there were many, many people. To view the more popular rock formations, we had to pay $20 a car to get to the visitor center.The Navajo Indians own and run this popular tourist spot. It was interesting to see the places where many movies had been made. We did not stay long nor did we take the dirt road driving tour. ...
... wouldn't have been a problem but being on the wrong side of the road on the wrong side of the car spacially did my head in. At least there were a couple of people with their shirts off getting photos with the view on the way! A guarantee that we were heading to something really cultural. We started with the museum & the went to the Spruce Tree house. Amazing! We then did our tour of the Cliff Palace - I can't ...