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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      ... trees and crossed to Cottonwood to shop at the large new mall there. Lots and lots of sales on so we were able to pick up some good bargains. That evening we walked across the road from our motel and had dinner at Rudys Country Store Barbecue. What an experience. It had been rated on Trip Advisor 14 out of 1400 in Albuquerque so we figured it was worth a try. And it certainly was. You queue to order at counters with many cashiers who give out meals in red coca cola ...

      Monument valley, four corners, Albuquerque

      A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91 on Jul 13, 2014

      ... New Mexico. It's another small, very strange desert town. A lot like the ones I described earlier, but with a larger population and more of a typical town structure. Most people here are Spanish/Mexican/Indian or maybe mixes of all? Regardless, they're all very nice people and seem to be very happy! I guess you are a product of the environment you grow up in. If you don't know any different then it's not foreign at all, it's just life, and it's normal!

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      Cowboys and Indians

      A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 31, 2014

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      Today it was predicted to be 34 degrees. Enough said - time for shorts and sandals! We decided yesterday to stay an extra day in Albuquerque as a rest day, but this did not eventuate with us being out all day. With having to get out of the room so housekeeping could do their thing, we set off down Central Ave, the Route 66 road that cuts through town. Here we saw lots of old style hotels and shops with their deco signs, as well as old defunct motels like ...

      Balloon FIesta - Landing in RV Lot Startles Owners

      A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Oct 08, 2013

      14 photos

      ... of us.

      As one pilot approached the guide (called a zebra because of their black & white attire) directed the pilot “take it over the black truck and we’ll walk you in from there.”

      The pilot responded, “I don’t want to land by the truck, take me to the other (inflated) balloon. He’ll act as my pillow.”

      Enjoy the pictures but no pictures or words can replace the experience.
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      A Route for the Adventurous Traveler

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Jun 30, 2013

      7 photos

      ... the Lost Dutchman State Park. This is a state park with campsites and hiking trails leading to the Superstition Mountains. The legend that surrounds this area says that there is a very rich gold mine hidden in the southwestern United States - many believe it to be hidden in the Superstition Mountains. There are many theories on how to find the gold and to this day people continue to search for it and some have even died in the search.

      The ...