Travel Blogs from Los Alamos, United States

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The Ancestral Pueblo  Homes of Bandelier, Bandelier National Monument NM, United States travel blog

The Ancestral Pueblo Homes of Bandelier

A travel blog entry by jennydavey

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After our tour of Santa Fe, we headed Northwest to visit Bandelier National Monument. Bandelier holds some of the most incredible displays of Ancestral Pueblan dwellings. The Ancestral Puebloans built unfathomable 'apartments' into the towering walls ...

Old and new, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Old and new

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... east came to be "toughened up". Well in the early 1940's the government bought the place and set up the "Manhattan Project". Los Alamos became America's research lab and as for that Manhattan Project, they didn't come up with a new style for the catwalk. ...

From petroglyphs to atomic bombs, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

From petroglyphs to atomic bombs

A travel blog entry by thetraveller88

... . By then, it was late afternoon, leaving very little time to see the Bradbury Science Museum and Historical Society museum in Los Alamos. With my peace-loving attitude, I found it difficult to come to terms with what this place signifies. While I ...

Visiting Indian ruins, Frijoles, United States travel blog

Visiting Indian ruins

A travel blog entry by the2poes

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We spent 3 days at Bandelier and hiked up to the cave dwellings.  We also took a day trip to Chaco Canyon, located toward Farmington NM.  The road to Chaco Canyon is 13 miles of dirt, gravel, and lots of very soft deep sand.  It is bone ...

Santa Fe Part #1, los alamos, United States travel blog

Santa Fe Part #1

A travel blog entry by johnrandall

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... to see even half of it. I started off by taking a little side trip to Bandelier National Monument which is near the town of Los Alamos.  This park was set up in the 30's and is named after the first anthropologist to study the area at the turn ...

Peyson, Peyson, United States travel blog

Peyson

A travel blog entry by ddgfraser

Camp: Huston Mesa SP Great breakfast in Quemado, western cafe serving delicious omelettes, and atmosphere. VLRA is here. Days hot, night cool yet. Even here, we needed to sleep wearing toques! 20F at night!!! Needed a rest, so spent 2 nights here. ...

Atomic bombs..., Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Atomic bombs...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs

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One our way to Santa Fe, we stopped at Los Alamos to look back in time. Home to the Manhattan Project, we learned about the days a ranch school was turned into a place where a meeting of minds developed the atomic bombs used in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, ...

32) Bandelier national monument, Los Alamos , United States travel blog

32) Bandelier national monument

A travel blog entry by bigdan1

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Mercredi 09 avril 2014,   11h30,   24 deg C, ensoleillé ... lundi le 07 avril, nous sommes arrivés vers 18h00 au Bandelier National Monument....l`acceuil est fermé, mais la guérite est ouverte, nous nous sommes dirigés vers le ...

Bandelier NM/ Los Alamos - Home of the Atomic Bomb, Bandelier National Monument/Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Bandelier NM/ Los Alamos - Home of the Atomic Bomb

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill

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... were used for the directors and top scientists.  The Bradbury Science Museum  displays the exhibits about the history of Los Alamos National Laboratory and the ongoing research that science and research.  This was not even a town and when ...

First snow of the year, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

First snow of the year

A travel blog entry by ritaluther

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... to spend the night at the famous and historical La Fonda Hotel (now called La Fonda On the Plaza).  During WWII the Los Alamos physicists enjoyed driving the 35 miles to Santa Fe to dine at La Fonda and forget about the atomic bomb project for ...

Hanging out with the Rugpors, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Hanging out with the Rugpors

A travel blog entry by anni.porter

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... changed and it was decided to have it a night early and so last night we all went to Origami a lovely Japanese restaurant in Los Alamos for tea.  Martha and her husband Brad came along too.  The food was absolutely fabulous.  Then it was ...

Under the New Mexico Stars, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Under the New Mexico Stars

A travel blog entry by anni.porter

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... an hour from Santa Fe and the plan is that we’ll stop there for tea and from there it’s only another 45 minutes to Los Alamos.  A shower will be extra special tonight – I had planned to have one this morning when I got up but it was ...

Opravdový americký den, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Opravdový americký den

A travel blog entry by mandelbrot

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... vyhnali, a tak jsme se vydali směrem do vnitrozemí. Tam jsme narazili na kemp uprostřed skoropouště v oblasti nazvané Los Alamos (ale stále v Kalifornii, není to to místo v novém Mexiku, kde se zkouší atomové pumy). ...

Let's Live Inside the Mountain!, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Let's Live Inside the Mountain!

A travel blog entry by kyleandmegan

Got a great hike in at Bandelier NP in the morning.  This National Park is very out of the way, but turned out to be a sweet ass little surprise for us.  The trail we took meandered down into Frijoles Canyon and past more cliff dwellings of the ...

Welcome to Los Alamos, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Welcome to Los Alamos

A travel blog entry by papabearconboy

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Headed North to Taos with a stop at the Los Alamos Bradbury Science Museum and the home of the Manhattan Project...Los Alamos was once referred to as the Secret City where the birth of the Atomic Bomb was created...The many women and men who made the ...

Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Bandelier National Monument

A travel blog entry by surffisher

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Woke up early, made coffee and breakfast (something good like smoked salmon on bagels and maybe some green chile - stocked up on it in Santa Fe and had it with most camp meals). Spent the beautiful morning hiking a nice trail (the Frey Trail) from the ...

Drunk and Disorderly, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Drunk and Disorderly

A travel blog entry by texasrugger

... of Texas, where he studied Mechanical Engineering, or as they call it, ME. I got up there and saw how shitty and pathetic Los Alamos was. Answer to shitty town? Get shithouse drunk, which we did. I don't remember too much except touring the local ...

Cliff Dweller’s of America, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Cliff Dweller’s of America

A travel blog entry by mfakhru

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... Malibu. I read online, the park as recently been opened after a devastating fire, and a flash flood.  The park is near the Los Alamos city, a city known for the creation of atomic weapon during the Second World War. I had to park my car about 20 ...

East Africa trip-2006, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

East Africa trip-2006

A travel blog entry by rainey

I am privileged to be going to Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda on this trip. We will also be making a stop in Holland. I am leaving November 26 and returning Dec.28. We will be going to orphanages, prisons, hospitals and remote villages to share the love of ...

Tustin, LA, United States travel blog

Tustin

A travel blog entry by fitnatx

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Back to LA (Tustin) and off to ...

Day 14, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Day 14

A travel blog entry by travelbiddie

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... nbsp; We should be heading for Phoenix and sun. Next it was on to Bandelier National Monument located on the middle of the Los Alamos government and research area.  You know "Area 51".  wee ooh  wee ooh  wee ooh. Dirinda and ...

Jemez Mountain Trail, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Jemez Mountain Trail

A travel blog entry by r10vill9

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... restaurant, we loaded up the old wagon with its 200 horses --oh I meant to say horsepower and we set off for the easy drive to Los Alamos.  We got there in less than an hour and found our Comfort Inn.  They let us check in early which was great ...

Manhattanprojektet - hur man gjorde BOMBEN, Los Alamos och Tsankawi, United States travel blog

Manhattanprojektet - hur man gjorde BOMBEN

A travel blog entry by helenaeric

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Passade pĺ att köra till Los Alamos för att besöka museerna varav det ena  beskriver ortens historia före andra världskriget och det andra atombombsprojektet och vad man nu forskar i - förutom hur man skall städa bort alla atomsopor som ...

Day 54:  Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos, NM, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Day 54: Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos, NM

A travel blog entry by life-in-a-yurt

We made a quick stop at the free Bradbury Science Museum in Los Alamos, NM.  The museum was very nice, with lots to read and hands-on information stations.  It would take me a few days to go through and read everything.  The focus of the ...

"I am an American Citizen"

A travel blog entry by cphenly

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... Alamos, just up the mountain from White Rock, and spend an hour or so in the Bradbury Science Museum, a venture run by the Los Alamos labs.  It's full of very interesting history, and you can get a good insight into the circumstances surrounding the ...

Prelude to a Journey, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Prelude to a Journey

A travel blog entry by staudhammer

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It’s been living in my blood for longer than I can remember. Travel. Exploration. Adventure. Wanderlust. Years ago I tried to purge it from my system. It didn’t work. I’m too passive so I chose not to fight my desire. In a little ...

Los Alamos, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Los Alamos

A travel blog entry by batmanshotokan

Holy ...

Caves in a Nuclear Age, Bandelier National Monument, United States travel blog

Caves in a Nuclear Age

A travel blog entry by wickedtravelers

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We drove out of Santa Fe to Bandelier National Monument this morning. It's near Los Alamos (not that we went there). Because of a recent fire and flood they sustained, the only way into the park is by shuttle from the nearby town of White Rock. It ended ...

We Chose the Road Less Traveled, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

We Chose the Road Less Traveled

A travel blog entry by ritaluther

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... you? I took so many pictures I had a hard time picking a few out to show you. But I managed. Hope you enjoy. We arrived in Los Alamos around 4 pm and stopped at the Bradley Science Museum. We spent an hour there as they close at 5 pm but we'll ...

Los Alamos!, Los Alamos, United States travel blog

Los Alamos!

A travel blog entry by dustin87

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Ist dass  schoen wenn man freunde hat! (hoert sich an wie ein EMO hahah) Also ich wurde dann von unseren bekannten Margie und Tom in Santa Fe abgeholt und die haben mich dann zum essen eigeladen zu einem Super Mexicaner, nen massigen Burrito ...

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