Durango is a great city. Just beware of some of the shops downtown selling Native American jewelry. This area does not have the three days to make a return law. I purchased an expensive piece of native American jewelry at a shop near the train station called Cowboys and Cowgirls. It was a small squash blossom necklace I had been wanting for a long time. After I left the shop, the next day, I found someone had purchased a very similar one as a gift for me. So, I tried to return the necklace, and it was a very expensive piece. They would not accept the piece. They would only allow me to trade for another piece. The only other thing I was interested in the store would have required me to spend several hundred dollars more to do the trade. So, I walked out, very angry. I had been planning on participating in the stores wholesale program for turquoise beads, etc. But hat is not going to happen now. Rude staff, and pretty much ruined my time in downtown, since shopping is what its all about. On future visits to Durango, will not venture downtown. I buy a lot of native American jewelry. I advise you to look for a native owned shop and purchase from them. They love what they do and for the most part stand behind what they make. My mistake for purchasing in a place like that.
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