Days Inn Cortez
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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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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 …
... thrived here from 1150 to about 1300 AD.
Theirs was a sophisticated society based on community structure. They were an agrarian society, even in this arid location. They lived in complex and well constructed cliff dwellings. They hunted, made pottery, and traded with distant people from Central America and Mexico. They adhered to deep cultural and faith traditions that centered around the kiva, which was a ...
... Needless to say, we gave up on the sand sledding and headed back to the car, returning the equipment on the way back.
Heading further west on 160, we stopped for gas in Alamosa, then continued driving to Durango. Cheryl texted her friend, Brad, in Durango, to let him know we were on the way. He was having his family over for dinner and wasn’t sure if our arrival time would work out, but we stayed in touch. The 3 ½ hour drive from Alamosa ...
... America. The Spanish term Mesa Verde
translates into English as "green table". It is considered to contain
some of the most notable and best preserved archaeological sites.As always it was a very interesting and enjoyable day!Until Later,Jim and Kathy
I hiked back to my car and headed for the Yucca House National Monument. Yucca House is the site of an unexcavated Ancestral Puebloan village. It is down a long dirt road next to a farmer's driveway. It has been a national monument since 1919 but no interpretive features or facilities have been added.
I parked ...