Casa Europa Inn and Gallery
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... was blocks from the plaza, which we considered a good omen. It wouldn't be touristy, would it? It wasn't, but it also wasn't worthy of the high praise. We wisely split a burrito plate after seeing the enormous servings coming from the kitchen. It was a smart decision because the "kick" we were seeking just didn't deliver.
We continued our tour of Taos with a visit to Kit Carson's house that is now a museum. The History Channel documentary that is shown ...
... We drove on back to Taos to clean up and went to the other local brew pub, Eske’s, which we looked for but didn’t find on our first night here. It was started in the 1980’s and is the oldest brew pub in New Mexico (that info from a chatty bar regular from Pennsylvania, so take it with a grain of salt). They brew a green chili beer and a nice light pilsner, which we enjoyed with bratwurst & sauerkraut for another late-evening dinner. ...
... as well as humbled by this whole experience. Who knew there were so many amazing people out there with the same desire to do better for themselves and their community.
My hope is to return here someday to educate further. I can't help but feel there are infinite opportunities for growth here in Taos. From community dinners, to late night hot spring adventures and the countless hours just being together. I will hold every moment spent here delicately and appreciate them always.
... pots, but she had one little red and buff jar, and I had to buy it as a companion piece to my old pot, which, it turns out, was made by her aunt. As we were leaving, I told her that we had been to Mesa Verde and asked if her ancestors had come from there, and she said yes.
We had not even thought about New Mexico when we began this trip; we had expected to return through Colorado. What an amazing and wonderful turn of events!
... wandered into) were beautiful. And the little town of Chiamyo, nestled in the foothills, was lovely.
We kept on driving, up and up, till we arrived in Truchas, which reminded us of the villages in the Pyrenees. Truchas sites atop a mesa and looks out on snow-covered mountains. It is quaint, and feels entirely different than the other New Mexican villages we had seen so far.
We kept on, ...