Hacienda del Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... was also a 10 foot high adobe wall surrounding the Pueblo. These were to protect the peaceful, farming inhabitants from attacks by the nomadic tribes. It has long been a centre of commerce for the community and central meeting place and trading centre for neighbouring tribes. Taos Pueblo was instrumental during the 1680 Pueblo Revolt in driving out the Spanish (and Catholicism), by sending out messengers to all the neighbouring Indian tribes ...
- Left early this morning at eight
- Arrived at Carson National Forest around ten thirty.
- Grabbed gas for $23.78
- Also had five sandwhiches for $16.25 and a water for a dollar.
- Had a light picnic and than was back on the road towards Colorado Springs
... lure the people in! We did get to experience some lovely scenery, and on w again changing landscapes. A couple of hours into the drive I spotted some public toilets on the ride of the road in the National Park. It was a bit disturbing on closer inspection to see bullet holes in the stall doors! On arrival in Taos our first order of business was lunch. We chose the local sit down Pizza Hut and later wished we didn't - the pizza was less than average. We first headed off ...
... new Simple Survival Earthship (the SS3) with my housemate brad and a bunch of guys from Quebec. Brad is very easy to work with and our similar work styles allowed us to get a good rhythm going today. Our job site manager is named Ron and he is very organized, friendly and gives clear instruction which is relaxing. The french Canadians are hilarious and are great at carpentry which is helpful. I feel at home here, this will not be my last time in ...
... where they were imprisoned. Many died along the way or in prison and were not able to return to their native land until they signed a treaty with the US in1868.
So let's do a quick re-cap here. He moved to New Mexico when it was still part of Mexico. He married two Indian women then a Spanish descendant. He fought in the Mexican-American war to help take over Mexico (where he'd been living for around 20 years), and then despite his history ...