Quality Inn Durango
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the woman exclaims 'Twins!?' Now this is the part of the conversation that can go in one direction or the other. Either the person is excited or immediately overwhelmed because they can't imagine ever raising two babies at the same time. This lady was ecstatic. "Do you have any pictures?" she exclaims. I'm not usually the one to whip out pictures but her enthusiasm was contagious. "Okay!" I said as I ...
... boys before bedtime. It was dim, and Bennett and I were rocking back and forth in the glider in the boys' room. As I fed him his bottle, he looked me straight in the eyes while wrapping his tiny hand around my thumbs tightly. So innocent, so quiet, just being in the moment. I loved it so I cried. It was then that I thought I didn't want to forget these daily little moments. These times when no one is around and we ...
... we had a sunrise alarm clock that we were using to get us (Chip) out of bed and in to work. For obvious reasons, we haven't needed it so we decided to stick it in the babies' room. Every morning the light starts to slowly come on until it's nice and bright right at 6:30. Instead of fussing babies (not patiently waiting for their bottle), they lay there quietly on their tummies watching the "sun rise." We ...
... piercing crying babies? Or what about making them sleep deprived first so they are wandering around like zombies caring for a newborn or two. I would have signed up. I wonder if things would be different.
We knew our lives would be crazy and wild but we had no idea it would be this exhausting, there would be this much crying (I know, two babies, we should have known), and our lives as individuals and as a couple would ...
... at times, and from that moment on you realize that whatever is going wrong in your life, it can't be as bad as what went on in Grizabella's. I have also learnt that when you drop the kids off at the baseball field (I was in the desert people, there were no 'pools' around there) you should not forget about where you did your business because as it turns out, getting human feces off of your shoe is a lot worse than dog ****.