Wyman Hotel and Inn (The)
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Last night we arrived in Silverton really late (well, 9:00 PM and by tiny Silverton standards that is way past closing time!). In fact, we almost missed being able to stay at The Wyman, a charming historic hotel built in 1902, but as luck would have it, we …
After Mesa Verde we headed northeast toward Silverton and Ouray. Well, technically we are headed for the home of some long-lost friends of Jim's in Ridgway. Here are some pictures of our drive.
Ok, this 4th stop was not on our list, BUT we are so glad we stopped here because of the weather, it is the most beautiful historical town we have seen so far! It is just adorable! Everything is old style but classy! Just a few hotels and restaurants; a few houses. This is the most extreme slopes from the US. We had no idea. The people here told us …
... death in 2013. He’s also owned high-end properties in Hana, Hawaii; Brentwood, California; and Snowmass, Colorado. Country singer Tim McGraw in 2001 recorded his song, “Telluride,” which included the lyric: “In Telluride, the snow falling down, I was waking up in that sleepy little town. In her eyes my world came so alive. I never will forget the moment she arrived in Telluride.” To see Tim McGraw's vision ...
On our way south from Moab we stopped at the Kane Springs which was on the Old Spanish Trail and then Hole-N'-The-Rock, (not to be confused with Hole-in-the-Rock where the Mormon pioneers lowered their wagons down thru Glen Canyon) which was opened after WW2 as a diner and dance hall for the miners of the uranium boom. It is now a general store and gift shop plus eclectic displays of many things - some of the metal art work was quite good and clever. 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! :)
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.