American Holiday Mesa Verde Inn Cortez
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We revisited Arches to see deeper into the park and I'm so glad we did. On one of our hikes it started to sprinkle but we continued on. Then I discovered fresh rattle snake tracks! So you can imagine that I'm now frozen and ******** myself!!! After about five minutes with some good arguments I agree to go on with the condition that Carl walks about …
... old arrow-heads, tools, pottery, weavings (basketry) and way more - you could spend hours there. We didn't, as we wanted to see the ruins. So, the self-guided tour wasn’t really – there were two rangers there; they just didn’t lead you down the trail. It was Spruce Tree House, the best-preserved and 3rd largest cliff dwelling; they think it housed 60 to 80 people, and has 130 rooms and ...
... And, we went up again to about 7,000 feet. On the way, we passed a little chair lift in a cattle field right next to the highway where you can clearly see four ski runs. It’s so close that when skiing you’d have to be careful to put on the brakes before you hit the highway! The cows were busy mowing, and we guessed they’d move on when the snows come. The town of Durango has an historical area which we explored. Durango has ...
... trip than usual. Maccas for lunch - my body is shutting down?! Made it to the Grand Canyon around one & thought we'd go to the first lookout before lunch. Wasn't prepared for the volume of people & I imagine it was pretty quiet as there were only three or four tour buses. Some of the people were running to the lookout - confusing, millions of years in the making I'm sure it'll wait another five minutes till you get there?! First view was breathtaking - no ...
... 9, one price for an hour or all day. We started off with french pastry in a cute little bakery. Then explored main street. Durango has a lot of its old charm, The historic section is mainly gift shops, restaurants, and pubs. Looks like if you stay over there is lots of entertainment choices in the historic district.
US 160 over the mountains to Cortez is a nice drive. We got to see some trees for a change. A nice treat after a week in the ...