Days Inn Cortez
- 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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Thank god (Roland actually) for ear plugs; we had a good nights sleep across from the train tracks. Woke up to rain and total overcast in Gallup, with the hope of better weather further north. It was so!
Our drive out towards Hubbell Trading Post (same road as yesterday) took us up and up through tall ponderosa pine forests which …
Today was a good day. I woke up early so I could go and watch the sunrise and have some 'me' time before the other girls woke up. It was nice; I'd even had a really good sleep, and there was no flooding so it was definitely a win-win.
Watching the sunrise was followed by an awesome breakfast - I made cereal (I finally found one the other day that is actually bran and sugarless - omg), had some toast with peanut butter, and ...
... people lived here a thousand-ish years ago, but it was incredible. Our tour guide was extremely passionate but didn't come up for air much. Makes me think of some of the lessons some of our kids have to sit through at school?! A few more shots, a good lunch but very vague service at the View café & then the nail biting trip back down the mountain. Back in time for a swim & spa before the next round of ...
... people moved to the cliff dwellings, but it could be because water was more accessible (seeping water in the rear of the alcove), protection from the elements, etc. In any case, considering that these people had not yet discovered the wheel and had no metal tools, it’s an amazing feat that they could build masonry structures using the elements around them.
One fascinating aspect of these structures was the kiva, ...
... are famous for their elegant basket weaving. Anasazi pottery is as famous as their baskets; their artifacts are highly prized. The Anasazi kept no written records.
By the year 750 the people were building mesa-top villages made of
adobe. In the late 1190s ...