Great accommodations on a budget
I ran across a site today called Darn Good Digs thanks to Kelly, a blogger I follow on Twitter. (If you don’t know about Twitter, it’s a hot social media site that has grown hugely over the past year. You type in a response to the question: “What are you doing?”)
At first I didn’t “get” Twitter, but now, I’m following a bunch of people that I think have interesting things to say, and I learn lots of new things like, for instance, about this site, Darn Good Digs.
On Darn Good Digs, people nominate hotels, bed & breakfast inns and other accommodations they’ve stayed in that are… well… darn good!
What hotels or bed & breakfast inns have you stayed in that you think belong on the site? You can use their nomination form to tell others about a great place you’ve stayed in that you think should be on the site.
I invite you to visit the site and nominate some! Their tagline says that they highlight “out-a-sight inns for in-the-know travelers,” and their version of budget is below $150.
I can think of a few in Cochise County that could qualify: the Shady Dell ($55-$145 a night), the Letson Loft Hotel ($130-$185 a night), the tipi at Cochise Stronghold Bed & Breakfast and the Copper City Inn ($110-$135 a night). The Casa de San Pedro is just over the $150 mark at $160, but I think it’s “darn good” too.
What others? Let us know by leaving a comment below and adding a link to the hotel’s Web site. Thanks!