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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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... After visiting the Four Corners, we continued back north and east towards the town of Cortez, where we stopped for groceries, then headed another 10 miles east to our next destination, Mesa Verde National Park. For the next two nights we are staying at a campground just 4 miles inside the park. We added this park to our plan awhile back. While at the campground in Idaho after visiting the Craters of the Moon, we met a really ...
... as early as 500 AD to as late as 1200 AD. They are all located in alcoves on the side of the canyon walls, and some are remarkably well preserved.
There are several self-guided tours where you can see the ruins, but the really good one are ranger guided where you actually get to walk among the ruins in the cliffside. I was a little nervous about the heights as some of the descriptions of the tours talked ...
... they sell too! It is really surprising and rather alarming to see high velocity semi automatic weapons, tactical knives and pistols in a showcase next to the camping and picnic aisle.
A visit to the local laundromat was next which took about an hour to sort out a whole load of washing. We're all equipped now for another week!
Late afternoon and we've taken a short walk around the town's Main ...
Native American flute music playing as we eat from a tasty breakfast buffet while looking out over some beautiful countryside. I definitely prefer this to the dry, splotchy green that has encompassed most of what we've seen since landing in Las Vegas. And GOOD-BYE miles and miles if straight roads!
We were up fairly early and after breakfast, we headed to Mesa Verde. We went to the visitor center and got 10:00 tickets to the Cliff Palace tour. It is about an hour drive from the visitor center to the Cliff Palace so we headed that way. This is a steep, curvy, windy, road up to and on top of the Mesa. There was not too much traffic going in. Once we got the parking lot, many followed us, probably for the tour. We gathered at the ...