Knights Inn Cortez
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- Hot tub
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... lost even to the Indians over the years.
Luckily, my fear of heights didn't bother me on this tour, there was a long steep steel staircase down and a bunch of sandstone stairs and a wooden ladder up into the ruins, and a really steep sandstone staircase and a series of 3 wooden ladders up to the mesa to exit. It was all very strenuous, but it hid the height very well. The tour lasted an hour, and it was a ...
... providing temperatures up to the high 20s.
Mese Verde, named by the Spanish meaning Green Table, has been occupied since about AD 550 when people from the Basketmaker period moved from the Four Corners area to start living on the Mesa top. For over 700 years the communities flourished and over time they started to build elaborate stone buildings within the sheltered alcoves of the canyon walls. First discovered in the 1880s, the ...
... prairie in between the ranges.
Today we saw Prairie Dogs running across the road; a herd of bison; a couple of Mountain Bluebirds that flew in front of the windscreen (brilliant all over blue!). Lots of snow and lots of running water - snow melt and rain - so a lot of rock falls and hard shoulders broken away.
We stopped for lunch at The Three Ravens in Tierra Amarilla. I'd ...
Hi from Cortez Colorado 4/16-23/15
We spent a week in Cortez CO in the hopes of doing a lot
more than we did but the weather and time of year did not work out. FYI, come
in June when everything is open. We had winter storms while we were there so
traveling on the Million Dollar Highway was out so was going to Durango CO for
the train ride to Silverton CO. This is all ok…..we have something to come back
We were able to visit Canyon of the ...
... wheel trucks, and the small cars spend their time racing each other down Main St. We did look a bit on the 2-block area of Main St. where there seemed to be a number of retail stores and cafes, but most were closed on Monday. Also the Cortez Museum was closed on Monday. Of course, all museums in the world are closed on Monday! We had parked in front of the Court House, and for a moment considered sitting in on a case. Instead, we went back to ...