Hacienda Vargas

Address: 1431 Highway 313, Algodones, New Mexico, 87001, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1431 Highway 313, Algodones, is near Coronado State Monument, Twin Warriors Golf Club, Coronado Monument, and Pueblo of Santa Anna.
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      Travel Blogs from Algodones

      Tucumcari to Albuquerque

      A travel blog entry by suencraig on Oct 19, 2014

      ... we would like to light the camp fire he had outside. He told us that he would light it whilst we had tea and had done so when we returned. The 7 of us along with another 2 female travelers grabbed our beers and sat around the fire. Made our way to Albuquerque and visited the Unser Racing Museum. Was ...

      Day 25: Grand, Lightning, and Time Zones

      A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 25, 2014

      3 photos

      ... there is no way I could've matched their taste. Juicy, sweet, and ono! Yelp for the win! Bellies full, we took off for the Grand Canyon, about an hour and half drive north of Flagstaff. The Cauon village reminds me of a ski resort, but for $25 bucks, we skipped all the tourist stuff and went straight to the canyon. The canyon itself lives up to its name. It's pretty "grand!" We took a couple minutes to orient ourselves at the visitor center ...

      Petroglyphs

      A travel blog entry by sidsnow on Jun 21, 2014

      25 photos

      Day started out cool, a nice change. Drove a short 100 mile drive Three Rivers. It is a National Park with some 26, 000 Petroglyphs. The park ha a one and half mile interpretive trail. It is amazing to think this is art and/or communication that is 1000 to 2000 years old.

      After the petroglyphs we headed north to be in the Albuquerque area. We saw several wind farms on the way. ...

      Albuquerque

      A travel blog entry by psandefur on Apr 07, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... is brown or a shade of brown it does get boring. Most houses and buildings are brown then you have the dirt (since there is no grass to speak of other than golf courses or a few homes) and no tall or green trees. With the wind blowing almost constantly we felt gritty most of the time and with no humidity our sinus's are killing us. At least my hair doesn't get frizzy!!

      Next stop is Gallup NM

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      Back to School!

      A travel blog entry by georgestrick on Aug 22, 2013

      ... opportunity to experience Albuquerque's nightlife. It was surprisingly similar to Leeds, just with fewer venues (then again, it was a Thursday night!). We even managed to get some live music in, as one of the bars was hosting a couple of bands! Tomorrow I will be flying off to Dallas to see Chris and Gladys which I am really looking forward to, so my next update will be from Texas! ...