Days Inn Cortez
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Cortez
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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... br> Stopped at the museum. Excellent film about the park and the Ancient Puebloans. Then back to camp, saturated with ancient culture, and cooked dinner (elk patties) on the Bar BQ. Met one of the camp hosts. He had done a "friendship visit" to Aus. in the 70s, staying at Binnaway in NSW. He said he did not know where that was. We could tell him, as we went there on a train 4 years ago. Not many Aussies would have a clue where it ...
... is my bet, but what do I know). Anyway, the Montezuma Castle is situated about 90 feet up a sheer limestone cliff (see pix), facing the adjacent Beaver Creek. Man, it's an engineering wonder, about 5 stories, 4,000 (not quite the size of Bill Gates house), housing about 150 people who used ladders to enter and ascend to various functioning rooms. It might have been treacherous for an obnoxious mother-in-law who could easily "tripped" over the ...
... was semi-enclosed by a Navajo market. As we had seen a whole bunch of handmade jewelry, art & pottery over the last couple of days we got back on the road soon after our token pics in each state. Then we prepared ourselves for the three to four hour drive with maybe two turns over the whole trip. Slowly but surely we were 'outrunning' the rain - hopefully stays that way for a while. No phone service & maybe two channels of country on the radio us making for ...
... Puebloans. To call them "ancients" is a politically motivated disconnection. But the Navajo dominate the region. They have the numbers and they make the rules. They also have their own national parks and we visited the Four Corners Monument for the second time in our lives. To get in you pay the Nation $5 per adult. It is in the middle of hard desert. Surrounding the geographical marker is a bunch of flags representing the Utes, the Navajo, the USA, and each of ...
... region. All sites are unique. Only Mesa Verde has early 500 A.D. dwellings and 1000 A.D dwellings, "a one stop see it all".
It is run by the National Park Service and is locate between Cortez and Durango Colorado.