Nora Dixon Place Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... by Swiss cable car engineers who saw it as the ultimate challenge. The terrain is so impassible that only two towers support the entire length of the tram, and the upper one had to be assembled by helicopter. It's not an attraction for those afraid of heights however Jude braved it. At the top of Sandia Peak, there are a number of trails to go hiking on but of course, one has to be prepared for such an ...
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Our Time Off
The first weekend we had off we went on a short road trip. We originally were going to visit Durango, Colorado to visit family. We were trying to get in touch with one of them from Durango. We finally got through to Greg and found out he and his sister Laura were out of town. At this point we decided to just go up to Pagosa Springs, Colorado. After several hours of traveling we ...
... and wanted to hang them on a line. I asked Karen if she had a clothesline..She says.."What's that?.......nooooooo, we have dryers here" After living in Italy nearly 14 years without a dryer,. I have grown to love the smell of line dried clothing. and also saving all that electricity ...
... Oregon with cool, dry air and trees surrounding! It's nothing like the cactus deserts I was expecting to see in Arizona! As Zach was getting ready, I opened Yelp and searched for some lunch. One place that piqued my interest was a little cafe called "Cafe Daily Fare." The yelp reviews said to order the blueberry duck tacos, so I followed their recommendation. Holy smokes, these things were awesome! Presentation looked like something I would ...
... San Jose with the skyline being increasingly dominated by Starvation Peak. Today's Route 66 follows the path of the earlier trade routes the Santa Fe Trail and the Camino Real and the places and street names are mainly in Spanish. After San Jose the road began to rise once again past Sands, Ilfield and Rowe during which time I spotted the Google camera car on northbound I-25 as I was on the southbound frontage road. At some point in the future I'll need to see if I ...