BEST WESTERN PLUS Montezuma Inn & Suites

Address: 2020 N. Grand Ave., Las Vegas, New Mexico, 87701, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 2020 N. Grand Ave., Las Vegas, is near Victory Ranch, Theodore Roosevelt Rough Riders Memorial and City Museum, and Cleveland Roller Mill.
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    Small Towns in the Land of Enchantment

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Sep 19, 2014

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... thought you could scuba dive in landlocked, high desert Santa Rosa? Not us! But you can and if you want to do that, you head to the Blue Hole, a natural 80-foot deep pool, that's right in town. it's crystal clear and cold (60-degrees). Jack dove in despite the cold and proclaimed it very refreshing.

    A meander through old villages took us north toward Las Vegas, New Mexico. Not to be confused with the gambling mecca of Nevada, this ...

    Route 66 from Amarillo, TX to Romeroville, NM

    A travel blog entry by snicoll on Jun 03, 2014

    10 photos

    ... the interstate halfway to Montoya via a dirt underpass which I understand in wet weather becomes impassible. Newkirk, between Montoya and Cuervo, has almost no inhabitable buildings left and after the interstate cut Cuervo in two, one half survived and the other died. The run to Santa Rosa is on interstate but the route through the town is very pleasant with lots of prosperity along Route 66. I visited the Blue Hole which is a ...

    Th Coyote Stole my Sour Dough Bread

    A travel blog entry by mr.henry on Oct 29, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... who applied the mud. A quick, surrepetitious count indicated well over a hundred crutches. Curiously enough, there were no other disability aids on display. I suggested to Mrs Henry that these were probably resold by the adjacent, inevitable gift shop. Mrs Henry snorted and made her way over to the shop. “You might pick up a pair of nice sunnies”, I called after her, but she came back with a tiny, decorated steel box with a hinged cover filled with, you guessed ...

    Cimarron/Philmont Boy Scout Camp/Fort Union NM

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Jun 05, 2013

    35 photos

    ... Philmont which was the vacation home.

    We had a private tour because right now they only have two a day but in a few weeks there will be 17 tours a day. It is amazing. The home has been preserved much as it was in the days the family enjoyed the ranch. It is designed with an Italian influence and the style and furnishings are beautiful.

    Waite Phillips history is fascinating and the name of the camp is Phil after his name, and ...

    The Indians Lose Again

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 03, 2012

    27 photos

    ... 1838, in one form or another, many of them detrimental to the Indians' way of life. Indians inhabited the area for thousands of years before several groups of Pueblo Indians banded together to build the Pueblo, about the time that agriculture began to stabilize populations in one place. A society of approximately 2,000 lived together peacefully, worshiping in their own way for another 150 years until the Spanish came and colonized them. Until ...