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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... a place in a time warp - an early western era place with creaky floorboards dating back to the 1800s. Plenty of character and comfortable beds but there was more water coming from the tap gland than the showerhead itself. But all a great experience!
Dinner was in a place called the Handlebar Restaurant just around the corner to the hotel - a very characterful place with beer served in jugs.
Silverton is nestled ...
... Wrangell, Alaska
Most scenic ferry ride - Juneau to Haines (weather is a big factor)
Longest ferry ride - Petersburg to Sitka (12 hours)
Best adventure - Kayaking at Valdez Glacier and the icebergs in Juneau at Mendenhall.
Best drive - Driving on the road next to Salmon Glacier - ...
... Lake, I got some nice reflections off the blue water. Here, as well, I met up with a group of about 8 people from Missouri who were hiking out to Lost Lake to do some fishing. As they were a friendly group, I accompanied them out to the lake, a location which gave me some of the best views of the surrounding mountain peaks. At my highest, I was at 12,500 feet and though the nearby peaks look much higher, none of them reach 14,000 feet. I was a ...
... then snuck over to ********s RV and poured them out near his generators and the open crack of his pickup passenger side window. I have a clean conscious now and bear him no ill will, i will let mother nature talk to him. That loop hike i took in the morning was just amazing. I had all those ruins to myself, for people free pics and quiet exploring. It was still nice and cool to a mid 70s to start, 80 s by the time i was done. The Pueblos were a very hardy people. As i ...
... goods.. but you can head to Montrose for all that. Golf is lacking too. There's no skiing here either (must go to Telluride) but I find that to be a good thing.. as it isn't too overbuilt. I'm willing to say it is the most charming town I've ever been to.. well maybe Carmel.. but it's close.
They call it the Switzerland of America and I've been to Switzerland and find nothing false about that statement. You are ...