Best Western Turquoise Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Heated pool
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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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Mesa Verde National Park is something that everyone should see if in the area. It is quite an amazing place to visit.
... was getting on. What an added bonus, In the grounds it was the Annual Indian pow wow event where all the different tribes get together. What a spectacular event, it was so amazing seeing all the different costumes and colours....we could not believe our luck. We booked in and they also gave us a $10 voucher to play the slots....we hoped ...
... with names like 'The Three Sisters,' and 'The Totem Pole'. Watson stopped for hundreds of photos, while telling us about Indian reservation life as opposed to those who live in the valley, with no running water and only solar power or generators. At most of the photo spots there are Indians selling jewelry, so had to shop! Stopped at a Hogan to watch a young girl carding wool for weaving, with good commentary from another native guide.
... is my bet, but what do I know). Anyway, the Montezuma Castle is situated about 90 feet up a sheer limestone cliff (see pix), facing the adjacent Beaver Creek. Man, it's an engineering wonder, about 5 stories, 4,000 (not quite the size of Bill Gates house), housing about 150 people who used ladders to enter and ascend to various functioning rooms. It might have been treacherous for an obnoxious mother-in-law who could easily "tripped" over the ...
... holds many archeological sites where ancestors of today's Pueblo Indian tribes lived. Round, square, and even D-shaped towers grouped at canyon heads most visibly mark once-thriving communities. Many dwellings stood right on the canyon rim, and some structures were built atop isolated or irregular boulders. Such locations suggest they were protecting something, perhaps water along with themselves. By the 1200's the population had ...