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After a flip pat the post office, closed for Columbus Day which is rather ironic on an Indian Reservation, we drive the 30 miles over to the Canyon. We enter via the Desert View entrance. All of us apart from Jacqueline had been before many years ago, but not via Desert View. It's now very very much more commercialised & sanitised but you can …
... Jenee' had to turn off "Mommy" mode a couple of times so that I could climb around with Reed in the backpack without worrying if he was going to fall out of it while on the side of a cliff.
Our interesting meet of the day was a couple from Washington who were traveling with a small fish in their car!
We drove around to some other parts of the park and there were ...
... and its now pouring rain and once again we are on top of a cliff at like 9000 feet and temps for 4 degrees with rain high winds and don't forget lightning all around us. We continued to wait for our tour. After an hour of waiting in the rain for the storm to pass our tour was cancelled. Due to the lighting and the rock/metal acting as a conductor, we could feel the current running up our legs. The ranger said they had severe warnings for 12 countries and ...
... we were eating so we headed up anyway, they finally arrived after we had time for a drink. It was our turn to worry something had happened to them this time.
Next day, we booked on a tour of the cliff palace, built by the Puebloan people between 600 and 1300AD, a remarkable structure with over 100 rooms. They have a neat way of building underground rooms called Kiva’s with a fire in the middle and ...
... things missing was waitresses in roller skates and 50/60's hotrods (Think of American Graffiti, or happy days and you will know what I mean). We stayed at a Super 8 motel which are in nearly every town we have been through. There is a reason it is very cheap (all other motels we tried where booked out), bloody noisy air conditioner and ****** beds. They are now off our list of motels. Have found Holiday Inn Express and Days Inn both ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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