Days Inn Cortez
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This was fine unitl we checked out leaving some stuff in the fridge. Going back a few hours later all was denied. I hope the housekeeoing staff enjoyed the wine, cheese & tea!
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Somehow in our original plan we had overlooked Mesa Verde National Park. We were originally going to go to Durango and ride the Durango-Silverton Train, but in the course of validating the route in Mapquest, we noticed the Mesa Verde National Park. It's the Indian ruins park we had been looking for all along. There are several locations in the park with great examples of Pueblo Indian ...
... on site, John tried Fry Bread, another Indian tradition; tasted good with cinnamon sugar.
Amazing 'big' scenery that went on and on, always impressive. As we travelled north, lots of fresh snow on high mountains, Lone Cone and Wilson's Peak, to the east in central Colorado.
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... and a half overlooking these ruins and took 83 trillion pictures.
I was really interested in seeing the Navajo Code Talkers Monument that was so instrumental in helping win WWII, since no once could break their language. It's a fascinating and important part of our history, and since I love all this military history thought this would be really great. Guess what....it was a wall plaque at McDonalds in Kayenta. ****. I'd throw a fit if I were a Navajo.
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