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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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Started our four wheel drive tour with our Indian guide, Watson. Turned out to be a great deal - not only did you see places you cannot go in a private car, but he pointed out numerous movie locations - 3 John Wayne movies, as well as Mission Impossible, Indiana Jones and more.
The "mesas", "buttes" and "spires " went on and on, spread across the red sandstone valley floor. One area had sand dunes against the mesa. Some really fantastic ...
Hi from Cortez Colorado 4/16-23/15
We spent a week in Cortez CO in the hopes of doing a lot
more than we did but the weather and time of year did not work out. FYI, come
in June when everything is open. We had winter storms while we were there so
traveling on the Million Dollar Highway was out so was going to Durango CO for
the train ride to Silverton CO. This is all ok…..we have something to come back
We were able to visit Canyon of the ...
... and a half overlooking these ruins and took 83 trillion pictures.
I was really interested in seeing the Navajo Code Talkers Monument that was so instrumental in helping win WWII, since no once could break their language. It's a fascinating and important part of our history, and since I love all this military history thought this would be really great. Guess what....it was a wall plaque at McDonalds in Kayenta. ****. I'd throw a fit if I were a Navajo.
... how they made the discoveries. He also shared the various theories about why they moved from the mesa tops to these dwellings, and why they left. Best $4 tour! Cliff Palace is the largest cliff dwelling at the park; they think housing up to 100 families. To get back up to the mesa top, we climbed four 10-foot ladders. Then we went on a self-guided tour from the museum – by the way, the museum there contains so ...
... 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 ...