Adobe Inn

Address: 2178 Main Ave, Durango, Colorado, 81301-4636, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 2178 Main Ave, Durango, is near Historic Downtown Durango, The Colorado Trail, Animas Mountain Trail, and The Test Track.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Adobe Inn Durango

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Durango

        Riding the Durango and Silverton express

        A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Sep 30, 2015

        10 photos

        ... are hauled by a 19th century steam engine running on narrow gauge (3ft) track. This provides for a wobbly ride.
        Durango sits at an elevation of 6,300ft above sea level and Silverton is approximately 3,000 above this. The journey to Silverton is approx 45 miles, along mountain edged track with huge drops in places and outstanding scenery. The surrounding mountains rise to 13,000 ...

        Day 5 - Sundance bear lodge

        A travel blog entry by frostys on Jul 31, 2015

        29 photos

        ... shame but we headed away to make new memories. We headed out to Four Corners where you can stand in Four states, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico & Utah. Probably just as well as some were not happy! Our route took us to Cortez where we managed to get some wifi, oh yes & milk shakes to perk us up for the route to Mancos. We arrived in Mancos as the thunder did but were greeting by Sue, Bob & ...

        Come Fly With Me

        A travel blog entry by thekellers on Jul 22, 2015

        2 comments, 68 photos

        ... until he hid again. These playful moments between them stop me in my tracks and I can't help but cherish this season of life with my boys. People don't lie when they say it gets better and better with each passing phase, but I truly don't to let this one go. It undoubtedly has been one of my favorite summers and I have these two wild boys to thank for that. Glad it's not over yet!

        Laidback country life

        A travel blog entry by nicksaint13 on Jul 11, 2014

        ... had the choice of two optional activities of river rafting or riding horseback. The group was split into two and I chose river rafting down the Animas River. We were told that we were going to get wet and on a cool start to the morning, we all brought a change of clothes.

        Eight of us were in a small inflatable raft with a cool tour guide. He was telling us about the local scenery and what the 'locals' get up to.


        Snow, snow, snow .....

        A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 12, 2014

        49 photos

        ... run by a bearded gent with part of his nose missing.
        Eaten by a bear, perhaps?

        A good place to take advantage of the restrooms, which I did.
        Now. What IS it with American loos? Their 'stalls' have a gap under the door which even a morbidly obese paramedic could slide under, and gaps to each side of the door which means that whilst seated, one can see the people washing their hands (if they do) quite well, and they, presumably, can return the favour.
        Are ...