The Inn on Broadway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Silver City
... 12 hrs per week. They have been doing it for 8 years and have got to travel to several different states since they retired. Something we would consider once we retire.
The KOA was immaculate and very comfortable. The only issue we had was during the tent setup. We tied the dogs up and they came across a fire ant colony. They ...
... up and walked away.....leaving what is basically a ghost town.
Laurie and I are big fans of abandoned places. We like to go in and look at places.....figure out what the place was, how it was used, and who lived there. It's history right in front of you...and we love playing amateur forensic anthropologists! We wound up staying until dark!
We couldn't access interiors but we could wander the grounds and check ...
... day at least one rattlesnake is spotted on the trail. This freaked all of us out but we didn't want to miss seeing what we drove almost 2 hours to explore.
We headed out on the trail which was quite beautiful and took a few breaks on the benches on the way up. There was 7 caves that had been inhabited and you could tour through 3 of them. It was ...
... Divide, we may need our sweaters! But that won't last long
as we will be back in the desert of Utah, but I get ahead of myself.
Enough about me, how about you? Spring
flowers blooming in your yard? Or maybe snow, like Brent and Diane
who returned to Alberta, and a foot of fresh snow just for them!! Are
you making plans for your summer vacations yet? Today, I have no internet while Teena enjoys ...
... of road construction between the Visitor Center and the Historic Monument site itself. The tour was to a nearby site that has not been excavated or developed so we were given a map that showed the indications of how the site had been when inhabited. We did walk around to 5-6 of the locations on the map and there were lots of pottery s******** the ground everywhere but not much else to see. The volunteer giving the tour confessed that it was really hard ...