Mesa Verde Motel

Address: 191 W. Railroad Ave., Mancos, Colorado, 81328, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 191 W. Railroad Ave., Mancos, is near Rendezvous Bay, Meads Bay, Sandy Island, and Scilly Cay.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMesa Verde Motel Mancos

      Reviewed by lizlivinglife

      Great stopover

      Reviewed Oct 12, 2014
      by (5 reviews) Hitchin , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      This was a gem of a stopover. Well appointed motel where nothing was much trouble from the loan of a knife to slice our melon to help getting connected to wifi. Thoroughly recommend .

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Mesa Verde Motel Mancos

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Mancos

      Mesa Verde and the ancestral Pueblians.

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Oct 12, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      I certainly had had no idea of the importance of this place but knew that Monica was definite that we needed to spend time here . We passed the visitors centre again and then drove to the park entrance where Monica's lifetime pass for the National Parks proved every cent of its ten dollar worth in giving us access again. Then it was a twenty …

      Beautiful Birthday

      A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Sep 19, 2014

      ... a 79 cent giant slurpie. It was epic. We also made another stop at a little side area called Angel Peak - gorgeous scenery in the middle of nowhere :).

      We got into Colorado, where we were heading more so into the mountains than the desert, but the scenery was equally as pretty. We got into camp and Elise, Harriet and I made marinated chicken skewers with salad, and wait for it, FAIRY BREAD! No one except the Aussies in ...

      Our Country's Archeological Center

      A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Sep 19, 2014

      40 photos

      ... holds many archeological sites where ancestors of today's Pueblo Indian tribes lived. Round, square, and even D-shaped towers grouped at canyon heads most visibly mark once-thriving communities. Many dwellings stood right on the canyon rim, and some structures were built atop isolated or irregular boulders. Such locations suggest they were protecting something, perhaps water along with themselves. By the 1200's the population had ...

      So long, Farewell...until we meet again!

      A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Jul 27, 2014

      6 comments, 18 photos

      ... when, it feels as if suddenly, there are no longer grandchildren around and in the mix. It seems that there are now four adults who like each other mighty fine! Good children. Love them immensely.

      We jumped in Mufasa who seemed to be more than happy to be on the road after his week's hiatus being just a "Small House" vs our home on wheels. It really did feel good to be sailing down the highway in our private coach. I am sure Laura and Tom felt the same when they ...

      Learning about the Puebloan (Anasazi) People

      A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Jul 07, 2014

      3 comments, 26 photos

      It was a nice night of sleeping with a cool breeze blowing through. So cool that we had to close the windows! Brrr! No complaints here, however.

      We caught a cafeteria-style breakfast at the Far View Restaurant, then made our way to the Cliff Palace site where we would catch our 9:30 a.m. tour of one of the more than 600 Anasazi dwelling sights in this area. We arrived before 9:00 and hoped to catch that tour, but it was ...