Casa Entrada Guest House

Address: 410 E. La Entrada, Corrales, New Mexico, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Corrales

Madrid, New Mexico

A travel blog entry by expatgal8 on Aug 01, 2015

16 photos

... Next few days will be very quiet at my friend Beth's house on the Northshore of Boston. she has a wonderful house on a private i will bask in the sun and work on a base tan before I am on the Atlantic for 2 weeks. Saturday, the 8th I will meet Bruce at Salem harbor and set sail. Hope I can blog while en route..probably when we go into a harbor for the night. Should be wifi somewhere...or try using my phone as a hotspot.... Ciao from ...

Tulsa to Albuquerque : Day 2

A travel blog entry by ryan_avery on Feb 05, 2015

9 photos

... and I thought Indiana was flat).

Once we crossed into New Mexico, we stopped at Russel's Travel Center. It was a great rest stop that had a mini mart and a free old car museum with a ton of 50s memorabilia. We then spotted a road next to the travel center and decided to head off into the middle of nowhere for a ...

Day 25: Grand, Lightning, and Time Zones

A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 25, 2014

3 photos

... to the canyon, and watched a quick video on the creation of the canyon. Feeling a little smarter, we walked over to the lookout and my palms immediately began sweating. It's roughly 5,000' from the top to the very bottom, and a couple of the lookout points go straight down. I wish my Mom was here so I could watch her reaction, because anything that goes over the railing is not coming back. The other cool feature of the canyon is how wide it ...

Route 66 from Albuquerque, NM to Gallup, NM

A travel blog entry by snicoll on Jun 05, 2014

9 photos

... from the interstate after Mesita to take the more scenic route round the mesa (a mesa is the Spanish term for a tabletop hill or mountain). When it was built the interstate simply blasted through the rock. For the next 20 miles or so the road wound it's way through rock-strewn hillsides then through an ancient lava field which provided quite an obstacle when the road was initially built. This brought me to the former mining town ...

Adapt. Improvise. Overcome.

A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 26, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... a key to her truck and while I was rolling east, Laurie continued working on the phone issue. It took about 3 hours.

While Laurie was on the phone, I decided to take my film cameras and shoot the train going by with the mountains in the background. I set up over by the tracks, but a safe distance from them. A high rail truck came by and the guys in it told me I had to go back towards the road...that I was on the railroad right of way. I ...