Quail Ridge Taos: A Condo Resort

Address: PO Box 1229, El Prado, New Mexico, 87529-1229, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on PO Box 1229, El Prado, is near Millicent Rogers Museum, Wild Earth Llama Adventures, Taos School of Cooking, and Thunderbird Lodge.
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          Travel Blogs from El Prado

          Tantalising Taos

          A travel blog entry by anni.porter on May 27, 2015

          2 comments, 64 photos

          ... d like to take them out for dinner for our last night and asked where they suggested we should go. The general consensus - and a great favourite with the boys was Origami - a local Japanese restaurant. We actually visited this restaurant the last time we were here and loved it so were happy to go again. We had the most amazing meal - they call it sushi - which it kind of is - but nothing like sushi I've seen before and the flavours were amazing. I've ...

          10JN13 Monday 6am

          A travel blog entry by timahawk on Jun 10, 2013

          ... old indian village with people still going about daily life there. I hooe its very quiet there this morn and i can discretely get tons of pics...for a fee, $10 to take pics, its worth it. After that i will head north the the Great Sand Dunes for a couple nights, taking the San Luis route. I dont know if i'll have a signal there tonight. Eack day so far seems like a full vacation in itself and i have a long ways to go! I think writing this mit help my memory. Time to head ...

          The Scenic Route

          A travel blog entry by thebrocks on Jan 20, 2013

          11 photos

          ... grab brunch at. We stuffed ourselves with a mexican style meal and quickly drove to the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge.  The wind was so cold that i could barely keep my hands out to take more than a couple pictures in a row. We were both bundled up in multiple layers and hats. It was large and made an interesting contrast to the mountains in the distance. From there, we spent another 4-5 hours towards Durango, and then past towards Cortez, CO.  We rolled into ...

          1,200 miles

          A travel blog entry by cndashton on Sep 30, 2012

          10 photos

          ... Holly and Carly from New York and Jim and Dave from Canada. Jim's really chuffed he's one of only 3 of that group to have pedalled all the way; just him, ironman Dave and ironwoman Brenda. We'll also miss Texan Jerry not only because he was even slower than us but because he left us a note to say "You're the best even though you are Brits".

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          From the Gorge to the Church

          A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Oct 04, 2011

          6 comments, 12 photos

          ... even for an Austinite.

          We spend the afternoon walking in the Taos plaza, visiting multiple art shops in hope to find the perfect art piece to go in the house. Finally around 4 pm we found it, and you are all welcome to come and visit to see what it looks like.

          On our way back to the car an elderly gentleman got out of his car and asked, "what about a cup of coffee", I was cold and wet and could not help but ...