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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... got down the mountain and made it into Silverton, too late to consider camping. Stopped for dinner at an overpriced, underwhelming "barbeque" restaurant. No luck with the overpriced hotels in town either (noticing a trend here?) So we finally found ourselves at the town's hostel which has to be the most expensive hostel in existence, but it was clean and warm....until we walked out the door the next ...
... orange dotting the green pines. The higher elevations had just had their first snowfall of the season we were reminded us of our days in Alaska that now seem so long ago.
Along the road were historic mines and towns. There were also high mountain roads with thousand feet drop-offs and no ...
... Man-Made Attractions
1. Great Wall, China
2. Forbidden City, China
3. The Citadel, Vietnam
4. Tiger’s Nest, Bhutan
5. Temples of Angkor, Cambodia
Today, we packed up and started on our drive up to Ouray, Colorado, for a fun weekend of jeep trails and wildflowers! After stopping for a quick lunch at Chick-Fil-A, we continued on up to Ouray, through Durango, and over the Million-Dollar Highway. The views of the surrounding mountains, forests, lakes, and wildflowers are beautiful! We saw many yellow wildflowers, as well as Fireweed! There ...
... take too many videos and pictures of the place but I could not help it. The train made it back to Durango just before 6:00. Now Durango seems like a great town, but we had to get back to take care of Quique. Driving back the 45 min. to our RV we decided we would stay an extra night here and hang out in Durango tomorrow.
Yes, the train trip is costly, but I think it is worth it. This was one of the highlights of the entire trip and the best train trip ...