Taos Country Inn

720 Karavas Road, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 720 Karavas Road, Taos, is near Taos Plaza, Twirl Toystore and Kidspace, 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

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    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. ...

    Durango & Taos

    A travel blog entry by agnetapigott on May 23, 2014

    17 photos

    ... a 10m ladder, crawling through a 4m-long tunnel, and climbing up a 20m open rock face with two 3m ladders to exit the site. It was great fun and perfectly safe !

    We reached the pretty and historic town of Durango the same evening.The town was founded after gold was discovered high up in the mountains.
    The narrow gauge Durango - Silverton steam train was built in 1882 and ...

    Pushed to the Limit

    A travel blog entry by titainteric on Nov 09, 2013

    2 comments, 62 photos

    ... back we stopped at the Rio Grande gorge. The gorge is so unbelievably deep and astounding! Water must have been running in the Rio Grande for at least a million years, probably way longer. Imagining how the landscape changed during the life of the river was exciting to think about.

    The evening started out with a few chess matches, and I managed to stay undefeated in the house so far. Soon after, a guy name Paulamerica (I hope that is his ...

    Taos/Kit Carson/ Rio Grande Gorge

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Jun 02, 2013

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... 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 ...