Palacio De Marquesa

405 Cordoba Road, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 405 Cordoba Road, Taos, is near High Road to Taos, Kit Carson Home &Museum, Harwood Museum, and Blumenschein Home & Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Taos

    Our last few days

    A travel blog entry by beckylharris on Jul 30, 2014

    3 photos

    This month's trip is coming to an end. We are leaving for home tomorrow morning. It's cool here ( high 50's). It has rained every afternoon this week but didn't t keep us from doing anything. We went hiking in the mornings. Here are some pics from our trips last week. ...

    Hike

    A travel blog entry by beckylharris on Jul 21, 2014

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    We took a hike this morning and this is some of the sites we saw. Very pretty but was all uphill.
    We then drove to Taos. Looked around some shops, had lunch & then back to condo. Looks like rain again this afternoon. ...

    Rio Grande and Earthships

    A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 30, 2014

    14 photos

    ... just drop away suddenly and to look far down at the river below. It was then returning over the bridge to the sustainable community via our trusty GPS. It directed us towards and into the local Indian Pueblo community before we were turned around and told to return from whence we came. Damn GPS. We consulted Mr Google who took us off in the total different direction - all the way back over the bridge where we had been half an hour ago and then 5 miles on. Argh. As ...

    Desert to Oasis

    A travel blog entry by titainteric on Nov 10, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... and keep the plants warm. Intuitively, it would seem like rocks at the bottom of a pond would have nothing to do with the health of the plants around the pond. However, Sepp has a great understanding of how natural systems work as a whole, so he can do quirky things like putting rocks at the bottom of his ponds, to make healthy ecosystems in any climate.

    Chad and Sepp want to start a permaculture ecosystem in ...

    85. The New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on May 08, 2013

    32 photos

    ... Indians for over 1000 years. It is believed to be the oldest continually inhabited building in the United States. Built in the adobe style, from earth, straw, and water dried into bricks, the earth ovens, drying racks, and structures surrounding their underground churches make for great photos. The original buildings are without electricity and running water, and the some 150 people that live inside the buildings use the ...