Best Western Belen

Address: 2111 Camino del Llano, Belen, New Mexico, 87002, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 2111 Camino del Llano, Belen, is near New Mexico Open Air Flea Market and Tierra Del Sol Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Belen

Will this propane saga never end???

A travel blog entry by georgeandlisa on Jan 01, 2015

The finale of the propane saga… Well, it's New Year’s Day we really need propane today. It feels like there is very little hope of making that happen on a holiday. But we need to try. There are only 2 places in Belen that sell propane and they are both closed. We have looked online and to find the closest propane provider. The ONLY thing that comes up is the U-Haul in Albuquerque—yes, the ...

Cowboys and Indians

A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 31, 2014

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... in like a fortune teller, a career psychic, a Lincoln strongman machine, a mini band and a music machine. He also had other collections he had built himself, like wedding cake toppers, and others that other people had sent him to put in his museum like cobblers items and gold miners tools. All up there were 22 rooms set out like a rabbit warren, with some walls made from cement with inlaid empty bottles to let in the colourful light. Outside there was ...

Remains of An Ancient American Culture

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Apr 01, 2014

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Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, Mountainair, NM consist of the ruins of three distinct communities of Pueblo Indians that lived there 300 years ago (it is believed that their roots stem from as far back as 7,000 years ago: Abo, Quarai, and Gran Quivira. The Indians forged a stable agricultural society whose members lived in apartment-like complexes and ...

Getting to Know the Pueblo Indians

A travel blog entry by safarigirl on Oct 07, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... School and others. The objective of the school was to "kill the Indian to save the man" by taking Pueblo children from their families and teaching them the white mans ways. The school operated from 1881 to 1989. It was an attempt to "drive the culture" out of the children (courtesy of the U.S. Government) - another sad story!

We took a bus tour of old town and downtown Albq via ...

Why Don't We Own Stock in Orange Barrels & Cones

A travel blog entry by suegoeswest on May 29, 2013

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... roads actually help keep riders/drivers more alert (thank God for that!) and also changes the direction headed...which means the winds constantly shift. For more than 100 miles we had a tailwind. Driver and coach were 'smiling' for those miles. The other 190 miles were a nightmare of high winds from first our left then our right, sometimes more than 35 miles per hour.

By the ...