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Travel Blogs from Durango
Its taken a while on this trip, but we finally had snow overnight. And in Santa Fe, in the desert, of all places. Not much, just a bit, just enough to dust the ground and to excite Zac. Finally, he gets to use the ice scraper we have for the car. Sure, its freezing, but when you can scrape ice of the car, who cares. At least he was rugged up. We …
... Tracker into the mountains of Silverton. Now, I know what past readers of this blog are thinking. Here we go again! Right? Here goes Ed putting his family in harms way again just to do things the hard way. I would argue that taking the road less traveled and doing things the hard way always yields better results. Even if things don't turn out as planned we always come out alive with an epic tale to tell our grand kids. For those of you ...
... cute little pony and as Leah was a bit scared of horses I decided to show her that they aren't so scary however I put my hand in to pat it and it tried to bite me! We had our group photo as it was starting to rain again then the rafters left and we lined up for our horses. I had a small white one called Luna and was put in the final group – we all put raincoats on then off we went. We rode through a Forrest up to these caves where we tied ...
... on the city was a nice opportunity.
Golf scoring summary: it was a good first 8 holes. The remainder has been conveniently forgotten.
After dropping Ronnie off at golf, I headed to the visitor center just outside of town for some good to-do info. Eating in the car and listening to the Braves game, I waited for a rain shower to pass and then headed out on my bike. There’s ...
... and one of the booths was selling wheatgrass juice made fresh right there using a press powered by a stationary bike. It was really cool to watch and they also had another stationary bike that ran a blender. Love the farmers markets!
When we think of Colorado, one of the things that comes to mind is white water rafting. We thought this would be a great family activity. Some of the pictures ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Durango Lodge
Other places to stay in Durango
501 Camino Del Rio, Durango | 3 star hotelfrom $146
- Most comfortable bed....ever!
- DoubleTree view of snow covered moutains
- Great comfort after harrowing drive
5 Skier Place, Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $91
800 Camino Del Rio, Durango | 3 star hotelfrom $99
455 S Camino del Rio, Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $82
- Nice quiet rooms
- Hotel is nice - Management and service are terrible
- Very nice
400 E Second Ave, Durango | 4 star hotelfrom $122
5800 North Main Street, Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $76
- Great Place!!
- THE WORST....DISGUSTING
- One step above the tent camp in Nat'l Lampoons Vacation
1700 County Road 203, Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $55
699 Main Ave, Durango | 3 star hotelfrom $122
- Loved Staying Here!
- Too short a stay
- A step back in time
21382 US Hwy 160 W, Durango | Hotelfrom $86
3777 Main Ave., Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $107
21691 US Hwy 160 W, Durango | 3 star hotelfrom $138
2930 North Main Avenue, Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $88
567 Main Ave, Durango | 3 star hotelfrom $120
2002 Main Ave., Durango | 1 star hotelfrom $71
3141 Main Ave., Durango | Hotelfrom $31
3515 Main Avenue, Durango | 1 star hotelfrom $40