Mesa Verde Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMesa Verde Motel Mancos
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 .
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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 …
... lion sighting.... Hmmmm perhaps walking with older group members is good after all as I only need to run faster than them...:-) Had a look around the museum after our walk then we started to head to our accommodation for the night in then Mesa Verde National Park. The road into the park was interesting with lots of twisty turns in a big coach. We stayed at the Far View Lodge and the room we ...
... 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 ...
... of the few towns and it crawls with ghosts that live in the shadows. We passed the southern edge of Monument Valley, a place made famous by the old western movies, near Kayenta. There are ancient pueblos in the rocks around here built by the people the Navajo replaced when they moved south from Canada centuries ago. The Navajo call them "Anasazi," which means the "ancients." Problem is that they are not so ancient. They live amongst the Navajo as the Hopi ...
... unbearable. We walked to the first dune and climbed up a bit, but the sleds didn’t work very well and the kids were getting frustrated. We were all pretty miserable, or at least our feet were, but there was a nice breeze.
Poor Mark! As he was walking back, the soles of his Teva sandals came off completely! It must have been so hot that the glue that bound the bottom of the shoe to the top must have melted. Now that’s pretty hot!