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Travel Blogs from Cerrillos
... the park to travel through the Grand Tetons on our way to Idaho. I made Kyle turn around at one point just before exiting the park because I located either a Coyote or Wolf den!! Kyle soon found out that driving through the Grand Tetons as night was a terrible idea. We came around a bend up in her mountains just before exiting Yellowstone and entering the Grand Tetons to find (what I thought was glass everywhere) shards of a headlight in the ...
... Dining Guide and decided to come off at Las Vegas, NM, this is the other one, a small New Mexican town surrounding a plaza with Spanish signs under the English ones and the difference in local people was perceptible. Most of the menu included chillis in some form or other and re fried beans, a disgusting slop of brown bean sludge added to most Mexican dishes and to be avoided at all costs. Pressing on, we passed the highest point of Route ...
... s unique gastronomic delights, beginning a culinary adventure that would ultimately lead him to Santa Fe, New Mexico where, in August, 2009, he fulfilled his life’s dream by opening Jambo Café."
* Jambo Cafe is Santa Fe’s newest, award winning, ethnic restaurant. Chef-owned,Jambo’s recipes come from generations of home cooking.
... huge festival. After the harvest, she returns to the church in another parade until the next year. It’s apparently a big cultural and religious event in the city.
More wind tonight with gusts to 50 mph. It was so strong we pulled in the slides on the trailer on the windy side. There was a weather alert that described it as down drafts from nearby thunderstorms. The wind blew really hard for about ...
... up until the point when the frontage road we were on dead-ended! Bugger! We had to go back another way and catch up with it all over again further down the line.
We knew that we could easily catch up with the train again as it was doing about 45 m.p.h and we could do nearer 65 to 70. So we played it cool and bided our time for the perfect place to stop up the road. After about five miles on we came to were the track went though a cutting and we clambered up the bank to stand ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed