La Posada De Taos B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... powder sugar, cinnamon and liquid honey. We had the same thing later in a commercial restaurant, which called it “sapodilla”. It’s much larger than the bannock our native Indians make, more like the Hungarian Langos, and just as yummy.
The other few things on our “to do” list in Taos were:
1. Gorge Bridge. The Rio Grande gorge is about 600 feet below the bridge, and it’s a popular place ...
... at the sustainable community you see only parts of houses above ground and funny shapes for the roof. In the visitor centre we watch a documentary about how they build the houses and how they work, requiring basically no utilities at all. They generate their own power from solar and the wind and then store then harvest the energy into batteries from which the power is transformed when needed into DC current appliances. They also capture all their water in large ...
... astounding! A very clever strategy he uses to keep his plants alive in the -30°C winter of the Austrian Alps, is to line the bottom of the ponds with rocks, which act as thermal mass. The rocks will store heat, which keeps the water temperature warmer. The warmer water can give life to more fish, whose movement in the water, keeps the pond's surface from freezing. Since the pond does not freeze, more pond water can seep into ...
I've got my driving mojo back! Current tally Tracey: 2, American highways: 0. Two days in a row I have made it to my destination in the predicted time (well within half an hour or so anyway, it was a big day of driving and I needed the occasional stop). Yippee!
I thought I'd take a break from looking at rocks (might look at some more later) and today headed to Taos, New Mexico. It was me, ...
... America’s premier archaeological wonder", its first World Heritage Site, and one of the fifty "must-see" places of a lifetime (according to National Geographic).
Darrrnnnnit. It was right there under our noses and we didn’t know it. We have seen something similar near Colorado Springs, but not nearly as spectacular, I’m sure. Had we known, we could have at least hiked one of the ...