Wyman Hotel and Inn (The)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWyman Hotel and Inn (The) Silverton
This historic hotel (B&B) has done a great job with the themes in all of their rooms. However, the thing we appreciated most was being there on a slow night, because they leave the doors of the unoccupied rooms open so you can plan out which one you'd like to stay in next time! :)
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Travel Blogs from Silverton
... the town and of the San Juan Mountains is beautiful. All of those views made us thirsty, but we couldn’t find a place in town where we could bring the dogs that wasn’t roasting in direct sunlight. We found a bottle-O, bought some beers and walked over to the river. We found some seating (logs) under some shade (big tree) and we enjoyed our adult beverages. The girls, once again, enjoyed getting wet. 2 weeks and only dirt baths…..
... 2800 metres above sea level in the Rockies and it was freezing in the evening. The air was very thin and a few of our party were becoming a bit breathless doing nothing! They expect snow in Silverton in 2 to 3 weeks time which will last until next May. Near by are several ski resorts.
My bed was lovely and warm but kept waking up with a headache - something to do with the altitude (or was it that beer in the jugs?)
... the ideal build for this kind of climb. Fat Bro A long, long climb up to the top of Cinnamon Pass. My best ride so far with some serious Alpe D'Huez style climbing. It was an 'enjoyable challenge' and just what I was looking for on the trip. Fit ...
... bright flash of lightning in the sky in front of us, and two seconds later a loud clap of thunder made us all jump, grab up all the food, and rush inside. So we finished our meal on the couch and chairs in our room, while listening to and watching the storm outside.
After we cleaned up, the rain had pretty much stopped, so we decided to go up to the main street of town, only a five minute walk from our hotel. My parents and ...
... a shirt or sticker or something that says, "I survived the hike to Upper Cascade Falls."
4:55 - It starts to sprinkle and we're having to be careful because of the slick rocks but we're making way better time going down.
5:00 - Erin yells at me to stop right where I am!! I turn to look at him and think, this is it. It's a bear and I'm a goner.
5:01 - Sigh a shallow breath of relief that it's only an awesome rainbow.
5:02 - Take pictures of the rainbow ...