Retro Inn At Mesa Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... got to see and our tour guide explained each of them to us as well as educating us to difference between narrow gauge rail and regular rail. We also got to see the turntable, the metal shop, the carpenter's shop, the roundhouse, and the museum. The gift shop was a big hit, of course, and I don't think Clay stopped asking questions the whole time we were there. Overall it was a great experience for all of us.
... keep it short and simple: We're no gamblers! We'll probably NEVER be gamblers! We didn't understand to the least what we were doing on these slot machines! BUT: We ended up getting our $ 10 out in cash - which cut our dinner bill down to $ 10. Not a bad deal, huh?! :)
After saving our photos, doing some laundry and re-packing our luggage for the next couple of days, we watched some high quality Mexican TV (pero nuestro Espaņol no es tan bueno...) ...
... the assistant informs us that it's a one hour drive to the top?! They don't put that bloody info on the road signs! So Jase made it one turn past the ticket box before we swapped drivers. Now although I'm not really afraid of heights and the road was some of the best quality we've driven on - it was scary! Driving up about 5000 feet with speed signs between 15 - 45 miles per hour with some sheer freaky drops. ...
... hang down under the engine cover. Before, you would have to disassemble a bunch of stuff to make an adjustment if you wanted to and with the change in terrain, it became necessary. Luckily my friend from work, Brent installed it for me and with a little tweaking, the engine was running smooth again.
Utah is pretty and has some interesting roadside buildings. I pulled over to stretch my legs and had to drive around an industrial area ...
... built by the Ancient Pueblo peoples,
sometimes called the Anasazi. There are over 4000 archaeological sites
and over 600 cliff dwellings of the Pueblo people at the site.
The Anasazi inhabited Mesa Verde between 600 to 1300, though there is