Laughing Horse inn

Address: 729 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 729 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos, is near Van Vechten-Lineberry Taos Art Museum, Fechin Institute, Taos Art Museum, and Taos Art Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Taos

      Taos Farmers Market & Red River Bluegrass

      A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 13, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... booth selling heavy "brot" bread popular in Germany. Brought back memories Marilano! Of course, there was a musician playing. Since we had such an early breakfast (a-hem) we purchased a couple of market sweets around noon to accompany a large and tasty Americano. Ricotta cheesecake muffin with fresh raspberry topping, we needed a spoon; organic cinnamon twist. Very nice, both of them. We also bought a few local “Honey Crisp” apples ...

      Colorado Springs

      A travel blog entry by ndc0. on Jun 26, 2014


      • 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


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      Durango & Taos

      A travel blog entry by agnetapigott on May 23, 2014

      17 photos

      ... we left for Taos in New Mexico, arriving this evening. Just outside Taos we visited the Taos Pueblo Unesco World Heritage Site, the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in north America. which was interesting, with all its adobe structures. Adobe as in buildings, not PDF reader ... However, most structures are empty and the whole place felt rather soulless and desolate.


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      Pushed to the Limit

      A travel blog entry by titainteric on Nov 09, 2013

      2 comments, 62 photos

      ... back we stopped at the Rio Grande gorge. The gorge is so unbelievably deep and astounding! Water must have been running in the Rio Grande for at least a million years, probably way longer. Imagining how the landscape changed during the life of the river was exciting to think about.

      The evening started out with a few chess matches, and I managed to stay undefeated in the house so far. Soon after, a guy name Paulamerica (I hope that is his ...

      10JN13 Monday 6am

      A travel blog entry by timahawk on Jun 10, 2013

      ... valley riverside drive, very scenic, lots of motorcucles touring. The valley was narow and the closer you got to Taos, the more homes were nesttled in the narrown valley. I like to spend time imagining how the daily life is in places like this. Some of the adobe or log homes looked super cool and no two were even remotely similar. Tis place almost seemed timeless, the world could pas you by easily. This morning i'm headed out to the Taos Pueblo, a surving ...