Grand Imperial Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Imperial Hotel Silverton
the rooms are Victorian style and updated. There was no coffee pot in the room but the quaint little coffee shop next door is much better than an in-room coffee pot. It was very low key. And beautifully done.
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Day 5 Moab to Silverton
We got started around 8:30 from Moab and it was already hot there.We went south on the main road Route 191 an picked up 491 going East. It was all farmland and mesas. The weather went from warm to very pleasant as we went east to Route 160.
We went through Mesa Verde National Park on the way. The Pueblo Indian …
... he understands what it's like from the get go "Going nowhere fast" then you blend it into One Directions' "Story of my life" before finishing up with Memory from Cats. Because at that point you have reached utter despair, the understanding words from Usher are no longer enough and the encouraging lyrics from One direction just aren't making the cut, so I wail the tune to Cats at the top of my lungs- it has a soothing effect, ...
Today we spent the day taking the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad from (you guessed it) Durango to Silverton and back (about 3 1/2 hours each way with a 2 hour stay in Silverton). Those of you who have taken this trip before know how gorgeous the views are and how fun it is to ride on a train powered by an authentic steam locomotive. We had perfect weather all day. Something special about today's trip (our 8 am departure ...
... not much an exaggeration in a county that has around 700 people, most of whom live in Silverton. Getting to the town involves crossing either one or two treacherous mountain passes depending on whether you’re approaching from north or south, and having crossed them during good weather in daylight hours I can honestly say I would not care to drive across them in snowy weather or even at night. We don’t even do guardrails in Colorado, ...
... place to put one. We got there right as the 8:00 train pulled out, so it was neat to hear the train whistle and the old steam engine pull out of town. I am a sucker for trains – wish we had more of them in the US – the passenger kind that is.
By the time we got to the station – the original one built over 100 years ago – we had 20 min. so spare, so we walked around the place and went into the shop. Surprisingly, the shop ...