Best Western Rivers Edge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Rivers Edge Red River
Travel Blogs from Red River
... of adhesion, but it was fun / thrilling.
Arrived Taos just after 11am, parked in a lot with a super friendly woman attendant who gave me a quick town orientation, told me where the public bathrooms, the plaza and the restuarants were and where the artsy craftsy stuff was happening, got me to put on sunblock and a hat and sent me off with a squeeze around the shoulders. Already I liked Taos, New Mexico.
... 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 ...
The weather was kind of forbodeing and we decided not to paddle but instead go to Taos for an evening of dining and dancing.
We did a walk around the older parts of Taos before we went to eat enjoying all the sights and sounds as usual.
It was not as crowded as in the summer but the traffic was still backed up through the downtown ...
... Plaza. The Plaza is currently all shops and museums, but at the time it was a was housing for 63 Spanish families with a central courtyard. Then in the 1820s it became Mexican territory (don't ask me how, I can't learn everything), then I think the rest of yesterday's stuff is how it all went from there. So that's why there's a strong Indian, Spanish, Mexican feel about this lovely little town. Also lovely is the B&B. I love the ...
... of thunder but it look as though we would miss the storm. We did not. It hit us at around the 80 mile mark when climbing a 9 mile hill. Two miles from the summit the rain started slowly then came faster and faster. I was now cursing I'd taken all my warm gear off. It started to hail, small stinging balls that smashed into my face and pinged off my helmet. What a relief to see the support van at the ...