El Penasco Bed and Breakfast

16 Paseo de San Antonio, Placitas, New Mexico, 87043, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Placitas

Balloon FIesta - Landing in RV Lot Startles Owners

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Oct 08, 2013

14 photos

... of us.

As one pilot approached the guide (called a zebra because of their black & white attire) directed the pilot “take it over the black truck and we’ll walk you in from there.”

The pilot responded, “I don’t want to land by the truck, take me to the other (inflated) balloon. He’ll act as my pillow.”

Enjoy the pictures but no pictures or words can replace the experience.

Living on the Edge!

A travel blog entry by ritaluther on May 03, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... friend Hawk and he invited us to visit and lunch tomorrow. He lives on the east side of the mountain so from there I don't know where we will end up. Jens wants to visit Los Alamos so we will probably head that way. Then who knows?

It was a great day. Thank you Diane for your warm hospitality. We loved seeing you and hanging out with you for a couple of days. Love you!

Rita & ...

This is Most Certainly True

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Mar 13, 2013

5 photos

Our day started early with an uneventful drive to Denver. We wanted to get there early so didn't spend time stopping for anything other than a quick lunch. The sky was blue, the temps were warm and spring fever was definitely upon us all.

Our first stop in Denver was to see my 4 month old great niece. Oh, how she has changed just since January. Holding her head up, dropping toys from her high chair and waiting for us to pick ...

Albuquerque-Still Enchants Me & My Memories

A travel blog entry by beachlady600 on Aug 04, 2012

53 photos

... of black lava stone, ragged and ugly, as if truckload after truckload had lost their loads of asphalt. Not exactly sure why or how, but we passed right on through what is probably the result of a volcanic eruption hundreds or thousands of years ago.

The difference when driving the Arizona and New Mexico mountains is they sometimes stand alone or in a small group, but roads go between them or around them, rarely over them. So it is easy to ...

Albuquerque & Santa Fe, New Mexico!

A travel blog entry by alexander2012 on Feb 07, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

Albuquerque is not a nice place to visit, especially in winter. It has a busy city centre with a few tall buildings. Majority of people have land and the main industry is hay and cattle. They can't grow any vegetables because of the snow. The whole place is a dust bowl with many people living in trailers on their land. There is no grass and the trees all look dead. This is probably because they have very dry ...


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