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... with some Fir and Spruce Trees. Everyone can hear the river running southwest and there are some paths along the river for walking to the lake. Fawn Lake (3 acres- four little lakes) is here for fishing which is also opened up to day trippers. Beautiful lake stocked with fish. The night we were there two young women were fishing at the lake and a bear came down the other side looking for food. It is bear country so beware. They ...
... we drove into Taos proper, right into the historic district where we checked into our fabulous hotel. It is the only hotel in the plaza, which is a historic plaza and a great place for shopping. So we had a wonderful lunch in the hotel cafe, then Art got a quick rest while I did a little shopping.They have some really nice shops!!! Could spend a whole day here! But, there were other things to do. So when Art joined me ...
... Santa Fe and the Rough Guide recommends the High Road which goes through various small villages in the mountains "if you have a few hours to spare". The alternative route had the allure of following the Rio Grande valley. The Rio Grande is one of those rivers whose name conjures up feelings and sensations; of what I am not quite sure but I know it is connected to my childhood and to a sense of adventure. On the basis that we ...
... recommendation by an artist we spoke to in a shop we went to a restaurant called Antonio's for dinner.
The artist had told us that they make guacamole fresh right in front of you at the table...how could we not try it!! And it was soooo good! Best guacamole I have ever had. I think it was 2 avocados, spring onion, red onion, diced tomato and some sour cream..wow! We also had a glass of delicious sangria and shared some not so great fish tacos.
... modern town of Taos where a tribe of Tewan-speaking Pueblo Indians
maintain secretive and conservative traditions and a somewhat communal
lifestyle most other Pueblo Indian communities have given up. Along with Acoma
Pueblo west of Albuquerque, Taos Pueblo is one of those few places where you
can completely forget you’re in the United States. To me it feels much more
like places I’ve ...