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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Cortez
For the $100.00 a night I EXPECT a hair dryer and a larger bathroom; You have to sit on the toliet to shut the door. On the positive side there were a lot of outlets in the room to plug things in.
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... Verde Visitor Centre and laboratory, and spent a quiet hour reviewing the information and exhibits there. Back to the hotel to sit and enjoy the sun with a good book for another hour. So, here we are, now off to the Holiday Inn across the street, which has a bar and grill, and our hotel gave us a "one free drink" chit, so that's the place tonight!
Tomorrow, another early start heading for St. George, Utah, on our way out to the West ...
... of our choice from the condiment area. I now know that ribs are finger food – try attacking them with flimsy plastic cutlery on a foam plate. Sour cream in a squeeze tube. Hmmm… Roland said he wished he had his camera to record my WTF expressions.
We’re off to Mesa Verde tomorrow right after breakfast, and hopefully it will be overcast as the weather report promises. Otherwise, we will cook in that sun. Stay ...
... had no vacancies and the 3rd wanted over $200 a night! Memories of past driving holidays creeping in! We ended up at the Day’s Inn for tonight. No one knows why they are so busy, but the hotels in this place are hopping.
By the time we got settled into our room it was 8:15 pm, and we really needed a drink, so we broke out the wine and discussed what we will do for the next 4 days while here in Cortez. Confident we can fill them. Stay tuned…… ...
... working fine and so we cruised on to the unexplored areas to the east. The first thing one sees as they leave the pines of Kaibab and head down through the junipers and sagebrush is a huge, perfect wall of red and pink. These are called the Vermilion Cliffs and they spread east for miles and miles, overlooking a super hot, flat desert plain. Soon we came to an area where hoodoos from dropped rocks from the cliffs served as some sort if shelter for ancient ...
... Beautiful mountain pass, a bit curvy and sometimes slow-going if you were unfortunate enough to get behind a trailer, but worthwhile and the only way to get to Durango from Colorado Springs.
We arrived in Durango around 5:00, stopping at Tarpley RV for a quick picture. Cheryl texted Brad for a dinner recommendation as soon as we were parked. He called back and gave a few, then said he’d meet us at the Old Tymer Diner. Nice little bar ...