General Palmer Hotel
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Checked into the General Palmer Hotel, built in 1898, a Victorian style hotel in the historic downtown district of Durango. The hotel is right across the street from the Durango and Silverton railroad station. The hotel has two balconies that overlook the station so sitting outside watching the train come into the station is an added bonus. The …
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