Best Western Turquoise Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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Today was a beautiful day around 60.
The agenda for today was to visit Mesa Verde National Park where the Cliff Dwellings are located. Fortunately for us it was only a 10 minute drive to get to the park.
After stopping at the visitor center we decided to book a tour of the cliff dwelling called "Balcony House". The park ranger …
... when we arrived we were pleasantly surprised by the condition of the hotel. Yup, they make a lot of money here with gambling! Our room looked like it had been recently refurnished and was in an excellent condition. For dinner, we ate in at the casino's restaurant, had excellent fajitas and chicken caesar salad for a really good value for money ($ 20 for the full dinner incl. tip). With our hotel room came a $ 10 voucher for the casino's slot machines. ...
... so we could get organised & head back out. Decided to do the shorter loop & what can I say, it's the Grand Canyon - incredible! Headed back to the hotel, caught the Grand Canyon IMAX show & then the next mission was dinner. Found a Chinese shop & we were a bit stressed as there was no one in there, but a few spring rolls, sweet & sour chicken, vegies stir fry & steamed rice and we started to feel a whole lot better! Ready to tackle the canyon ...
... in the world, or as he said, "preserve the works of man". It is the only cultural National Park set aside by the National Park System. It occupies 81.4 square miles near the Four Corners and features numerous ruins of homes ...
This morning we packed up and headed out after a breakfast of fruit. We drove to the Four corners just before reaching the turn off we were pulled over for speeding. Couldn't argue with the policeman even though we had seen him standing chatting to a friend on the side. We think he got us confused with a car that had raced passed us. Annoying but first one considering all the driving we have done to date. Stopped at the Four corners national monument - New ...