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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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Spectacular experiences today with visits to the Glen Canyon Dam (built more recently than the Hoover Dam) and Monument Valley. Monument Valley was awe-inspiring with its everchanging shadows and colours! Really magnificent! We rounded off the day with a visit to Four Corners - the point where the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah meet. We had to take a photo of ...
... route home. Or we could go the Cortez route through Colorado and the challenge of the high, cool Rockies. This means Nevraska is in our future most likely. Both are good choices. So we flipped the coin in our head and headed to Cortez and it's famous Mesa Verde NP, home to the most famous and stunning ancient pueblos. Cortez, CO, is a striking town mostly because it is irrigated and surrounded by green fields. On the way we pass large buttes and desert in ...
... views were stunning. Later that night they had a party where we got to meet some wonderful friends of theirs and listen to some of them jam on guitar as we sang and drummed. It was a relaxing, fun, and joyful time! Thanks again Don, Paula, Chris, and Megan! Hope to see you in the northeast one of these days.
And lastly, on our way to Durango we stopped on the bridge spanning the mighty Rio Grande, with a 700 foot drop! Nature is so BIG out ...
... more freaked out about it than me though. While we were throwing it around we saw two deers waltz up towards our campsite. So we watched them for a bit. I must admit they were pretty brave considering how close they came to us. They obviously wanted our food. Nothing noteworthy took place after tea we basically all just sat around and gradually disappeared as the temperature slowly ...
... built by the Ancient Pueblo peoples,
sometimes called the Anasazi. There are over 4000 archaeological sites
and over 600 cliff dwellings of the Pueblo people at the site.
The Anasazi inhabited Mesa Verde between 600 to 1300, though there is