Orinda Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... by. They are famous for their intricate leather braiding; dad makes beautiful braided belts, not the usual you’d see in Mexico, but multi-strands woven so tightly and expertly, you cannot see how it is done; mom makes braided leather “ropes” you would use for bolo ties, etc; grown daughter sells and is learning the braiding techniques from her folks. Their work is very high quality. They import and sell other really ...
- 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
We've been in northern New Mexico in a little nuts-n-berries place called Taos where we have spent five nights over Christmas, and what a lovely one it was!
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... Pueblo which is the oldest continuously inhabited community as well as being the only UNESCO Living World heritage Site in the US. This pueblo is two miles north of town and permits must be purchased to tour the outside of the buildings as well as camera permit but you cannot take a picture of the Indians. About 150 Indians live here without electricity and inside plumbing. The creek runs through the center of the town so that they have ...