Rancho De Chimayo Hacienda

Address: County Road 98, Chimayo, New Mexico, 87522, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on County Road 98, Chimayo, is near Chimayo Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Chimayo

      16. Del Norte to Abiquiu (5 days, 193 miles)

      A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... the pedals consistently. This was an altogether different kettle of fish: stones pinging out from under our wheels making the bikes jolt sideways and loose gravel sapping any momentum we had. We took a rest just before the half way turning to Summitville and mercifully, the track which followed the turning was smoother and less steep. After having lunch two miles from the top in a stunning spot in front of Grayback Mountain, we finally topped out, gaining stupendous views ...

      Day 6: Elk and Bison and Bears, oh my!

      A travel blog entry by malory.ammerman on Jun 23, 2014

      ... to walk to Tower Falls and eat lunch. We made our way south through High Pass and climbed higher and higher into the mountains, passing snow banks along the side of the road (it's June people!). We pulled off at a scenic view area to take pictures with the tripod and found marmots tanning on the rock beneath us! A huge herd of Elk were far off in the distance. Then we arrived at Canyon Village and we saw the upper and lower water falls and ...

      Days 12, Sign me up Santa Fe

      A travel blog entry by jjkaine on May 27, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Dining Guide and decided to come off at Las Vegas, NM, this is the other one, a small New Mexican town surrounding a plaza with Spanish signs under the English ones and the difference in local people was perceptible. Most of the menu included chillis in some form or other and re fried beans, a disgusting slop of brown bean sludge added to most Mexican dishes and to be avoided at all costs. Pressing on, we passed the highest point of Route ...

      Taos Pueblo

      A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Dec 20, 2013

      Up early as usual these days to Patrick's nightmare. He limes his sleep ins! Continental breakfast on styrofoam plates but the room itself fantastic. Slept really well and ad a wonderful hot shower before breakfast. Away early and drove a scenic route to Taos which took the better part if two hours. We were the first to arrive to the pueblo and did not meet a single tourist until we had had enough and was about to walk back to the car park. The pueblo, Unesco heritage listed since 1992, ...

      Taos and Balloons

      A travel blog entry by redrox on Oct 11, 2013

      4 photos

      ... I've always heard and read about the district, but had never really seen it. This was where Albuquerque began around the Catholic Mission Church that still stands across from the town square. It's reminiscent of Santa Fe and even Jackson WY. Plenty of quaint shops and galleries and of course, lots of restaurants. Our friends Leslie and Ed came to meet us for supper at a place called High Noon. Another great meal with good friends going back to ...