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

... We're just 18 miles from Abiquiu so will be there for midday for some cafe treats and a relaxing afternoon. Day 55. Wednesday 8th October. El Rito Northern New Mexico Community College to Abiquiu River Farm Casita. As planned, we arrived in Abiquiu by midday having ridden through the smoke that continued to hang in the air, stopped on the way in at a cafe for lots of coffee and cake (unfortunately the tracker died at this point so we're missing a small section on the ...

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, ...

Day in Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by lucyluw on Aug 30, 2013

4 photos

Our first stop where we get two nights, we're so happy and thankful. After a bit of an early night after dinner at The Shed, we treated ourselves to a lie in - although I woke up at 7.30 anyway :( We got the hotel shuttle into town 'the plaza' again and were dropped off right outside the chapel with the 'miraculous staircase' so we quickly switched in to sightseeing mode and went in. We then made it our mission to get our travellers ...

Cochiti Kayaking Magic: Strange Calls, Explosions

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on May 20, 2013

49 photos

... on the mountains looked quite forbodeing, but the forecast was for a small chance so we went for it.

We were paddling along a cliff face when we were startled by what might have been and owl flying out of a nest in the rocks.

We spotted some fisher ducks that Laura determined were Western Grebes. They made exotic calls to each other, strange, echoing sounds on ...