Sandhill Crane Bed and Breakfast

Address: 389 Camino Hermosa, Corrales, New Mexico, 87048, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 389 Camino Hermosa, Corrales, is near Sandia Casino, Paseo del Bosque, Corrales Bosque, and Casa San Ysidro: The Gutié/Minge House.
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      Travel Blogs from Corrales

      Albuquerque

      A travel blog entry by analegge on Oct 03, 2014

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      An easy day in Albuquerque enjoying revisiting things. Started off at the UNM sports facility and in particular the tennis centre. We looked through the twin bubbles at photos and memorabilia. Outside the men's team were playing NM State. The standard still looking tops. We walked on over to the football park where practice was going on. The whole complex amazing. Such wonderful facilities. Then we fronted up at the legendary Frontier Restaurant opposite UNM main entrance ...

      Day 25: Grand, Lightning, and Time Zones

      A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... one bad one... At our motel in Flagstaff, Zach discovered that our car had really bald tires! Like, bald-bald! So I called Dollar to see how I could exchange my car and they directed me to a location two hours east, in Winslow. However, upon arrival, it was quickly apparent that this was not correct. The rental location was in the middle of nowhere and only had cars for sale. The sign said Dollar, so I called and was quickly informed that this ...

      Route 66 from Albuquerque, NM to Gallup, NM

      A travel blog entry by snicoll on Jun 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... from the interstate after Mesita to take the more scenic route round the mesa (a mesa is the Spanish term for a tabletop hill or mountain). When it was built the interstate simply blasted through the rock. For the next 20 miles or so the road wound it's way through rock-strewn hillsides then through an ancient lava field which provided quite an obstacle when the road was initially built. This brought me to the former mining town ...

      Spa day

      A travel blog entry by vivicarroll on Mar 10, 2014

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      Larry had a facial and I had a massage. Great treatments, but pricy. I sketched in the afternoon on our balcony until the lady on the balcony next door disturbed my silence. I've only heard such profanity in a Joe Pesce movie! I didn't know people in real life spoke like ...

      A gentleman of the press comes to visit

      A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Oct 03, 2013

      4 comments, 20 photos

      ... been there in May, but there's so much to see that I just had to return. Some of you will know that Los Alamos, north of Santa Fe, was the center for development of the nuclear bombs during 1943-45. There were full-size replicas of both 'Little Boy' (dropped over Hiroshima on August 6, 1945) and 'Fat Man' (dropped over Nagasaki three days later). There were also informative displays of the pre-history of the nuclear bombs, ...