Best Western Rivers Edge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Red River
A lazy morning at the hotel in Trinidad (one more soak in the hot tub!) before getting back on the road. We made a stop at Ludlow to visit a ghost town left after a disastrous mining strike - a compelling story. The site showed signs of being maintained and even had picnic tables but was completely deserted. We drove around a few minutes, checking out ...
... side roads to Pueblos and some National Forest Campgrounds. We were planning to stop at the Red River Fish Hatchery but we were coming down an 8% grade and the road came up on us so fast and before we knew it – we were passed it. So we continued on to Questa before we went east on route 38 towards Red River. The Red River State Fish Hatchery rears trout and features a display on the fish rearing process, with a free ...
... art galleries, with something for even the most disinterested. We discovered some beautiful paintings, with my personal favourite being the New Mexico inspired watercolours by William Haskell, and Blair liking Billy Schenck - a cowboy who studied under Andy Warhol.
Native Americans lined their mats with handmade turquoise jewellery outside the Plaza, and it was all beautiful stuff, if a little pricey. ...
... in late today, can't wait to investigate it more tomorrow. Popped in a pic of my lovely B&B, complete with fantastic fire place, hope it gets cold enough to get a fire going. What a great choice lovely A, thanks for recommending it. I know you mentioned I could pick you up some jewellery while I was here, but I've been here long enough to know that that's not happening, perhaps an imitation piece ...
... about to be hit I got up, trying to run. Fortunately my husband was right there and stopped me as the car had stopped in that lane. So hands scrapped, knee thumped and camera banged up we made it back to Taos. Camera was a big concern but with the heavy body it survived, lens didn’t even seem to take a hit at all.
I consoled myself at a little restaurant that only serves gluten free New Mexican food eating chili rellenos as a snack before dinner.