Adobe Pines Bed and Breakfast

Address: 2101 Loma Linda Dr., Los Alamos, New Mexico, 87544, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2101 Loma Linda Dr., Los Alamos, is near Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos Historical Museum, Tsankawi, and Black Hole.
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Travel Blogs from Los Alamos

16. Del Norte to Abiquiu (5 days, 193 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Oct 05, 2014

62 photos

... had about 250 millilitres each' we explained before we began to remember the soups and teas and hot chocolates we'd consumed, and began adding these up silently in our heads! As a medical professional, Nadine says a one off exposure is not disastrous. The actual ride began with an engaging three mile switch back climb up to Stunner Pass (10,541 feet). We'd looked up at the climb from the campsite last night and it had looked pretty epic; the views on the way up back down to ...

Back to the Future: Los Alamos to Ancient Ruins

A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Sep 27, 2014

1 comment, 50 photos

We left Chama refreshed and ready to explore quaint towns of artistic significance, along with Los Alamos (home of the atomic bomb) and Bandelier National Monument (well-preserved Pueblo ruins), along with whatever else popped up along the way.

We had decided earlier to bypass both Santa Fe and Albuquerque in favor of making a return trip. Most of our explorations had been backroads and small towns, with the exception of Denver. So why mess with a ...

Los Alamos Museums

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jul 12, 2014

16 photos

... ancient volcano erupted and the lava flows formed canyons and plateaus down to the valley floor. It was settled by Native American tribes, but they were driven out by drought and opposing tribes. The plateau was then opened up to homesteading. Because of the cold winters most only lived on the plateau in the summer. Harold Brook sold some of his property to Ashley Pond, ...

Raton and on

A travel blog entry by lucysureoffoot on Jul 14, 2013

17 photos

... space space and wide open sky with awesome cloud formations ... Brian pointed out a heavy rain monsoon on the distance which looked like a grey funnel of cloud connected to the ground ...and said that the wooded areas higher up above the plains meant traditional hunting for animals like wild turkey, squirrels, small rodents.
As we passed through Las Vegas (NM) dark rain clouds and spikes of lightning hit ...

Atomic City

A travel blog entry by ritaluther on May 07, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... later.

The scenery is breathtaking around here and I wonder if people who live here take it for granted. I hope not. It is spectacular. I hope you enjoy the photos...I couldn't stop taking pictures so it was hard to choose a few for you.

Tomorrow we meet with the Executive Director of the Historical Society and do the walking tour of Los Alamos. And yes, we will take the shuttle to downtown!

Talk to you tomorrow.

Rita & ...