Alamo Motel

425 Bell Street, Los Alamos, California, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Los Alamos

Hanohano Shave Ice

A travel blog entry by 1krafty1


Another great day with the family. I watched my grandson, Austin, set up his shave ice stand at the girls softball tournament today. He was doing a fund raiser for the Orcutt Youth Softball Association. Austin started early this morning and had his stand in place by 9 AM. The day started slow because of the weather, ...

Wine Tasting

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle


... to pray we'd make it through the rest of Bonna's planned agenda or if it was to look at the architecture and have a quiet moment of reflection.

Then it was back on the road to the next couple of wineries. Next stop was a short visit when we noticed that the least expensive (note I did NOT say cheapest) wine was around $100 a bottle. On to the next stop which was a really beautiful and large facility with a friendly ...

Santa Ynez Valley and the Foxen Canyon Trail

A travel blog entry by stellarachaella


... can drink the wine. Besides, something about spitting out wine just feels wrong. Our last tasting brought us north to Curtis Vineyards. Our host was super friendly here. We tasted two wines that were new to me, a white, Roussane and a red, Mourvédre. Today left me with a whole new appreciation for wine and the people who make it. On our way back we looped around Foxen Canyon Road back to 101, which allowed us a chance to see wide open fields full of grape ...

Danish Delights and Western Grub

A travel blog entry by pndcadena


... We haven’t even placed our meal order yet but we were starting our dinner.

Dave ordered a 35oz Sirloin call the Gambler, eating it all would win you a T-shirt. Well, he did and he got a real nice T-shirt which says 'I dared ya! And you ate the Gambler’.

I ordered the 1 lb. Butch Cassidy ground sirloin smothered with sweet onions and it comes with a side of rice pilaf.

Ordering was followed by a house salad ...

Burn the Edge

A travel blog entry by tim-n-charlene


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The Big Sur has it all: perfectly cambered twisties, long sweepers, steep descents, equally step climbs, and traffic. It is the latter that can turn portions of this road from motorcycle heaven to purgatory in a matter of seconds. In the absence of a straight stretch to facilitate passing a string of vehicles, the creative motorcyclist can generally whip around a car or two without ...


This hotel, located on 425 Bell Street, Los Alamos, is near Power Line Run.
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