Best Western Turquoise Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Turquoise Inn & Suites Cortez
Nice and Clean. We stayed in the suite and it was very nice for our family. Good breakfast selection.
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... prairie in between the ranges.
Today we saw Prairie Dogs running across the road; a herd of bison; a couple of Mountain Bluebirds that flew in front of the windscreen (brilliant all over blue!). Lots of snow and lots of running water - snow melt and rain - so a lot of rock falls and hard shoulders broken away.
We stopped for lunch at The Three Ravens in Tierra Amarilla. I'd ...
... time left to drive around the park, look at some of the ancient houses from afar and then start out Cliff Palace tour. We had a very great guide with an even greater dry humour. His way of story telling and explaining the ancient Pueblo history to us was very entertaining and he helped us getting a feeling of how the people had lived in these small houses within the cliffs of high mountains, surrounded by steep canyons, up to 800 years ago. You can ...
... in - first time we've had the pool to ourselves all trip. Jordan & I did a stealth mission to Walmart to get a small pressie for Jase for Father's Day. We missed the Father's Day cards by about three months so it was a choice between an early Halloween, a birthday, bah mitzvah or other celebration. We settled on a congratulations card. Got a bit distracted by the knives, bows, spring loaded & gas loaded ...
... when I told him where I was headed. He said, "You're going to Page? Let me tell you something about that..." Then he said nothing more. We got distracted. So now I guess we were heading toward Tuba City in the Navajo Nation; not my original plan. When we arrived in town, 70 miles into the detour, we stopped for Denny's lunch. It was incredibly slow. 50% of the diners and 100% of the workers were Native Americans. I think they were short staffed since half ...
Day 5 on our journey and looking outside to see the Snow Capped mountains reminded me that we are not in Illinois!
We drove from Colorado Springs, to Canyon City, to Salida, to Monte Vista, to Durango, and to our next hotel in Cortez.
I forgot to mention that while we were driving in Wyoming we decided upon a name for our Van. "Vincent-Van-Go" It needed a ...