Monte Villa Inn

Address: 925 1st Ave, Monte Vista, Colorado, 81144-1405, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 925 1st Ave, Monte Vista, is near Rio Grande National Forest and Monte Vista Golf Club.
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        Travel Blogs from Monte Vista

        From Desert to Farmland

        A travel blog entry by alizaf on Aug 07, 2014

        41 photos

        ... the various irrigation ditches around the farm that were originally dug in the 1840s when their family first settled this area with the Spanish.

        Alex and I left Elena to finish up some farm work and we drove off to Great Sand Dunes National Park where North America’s largest sand dunes reside. They have formed over thousands of years in this green valley as bizarre cross winds have carried sand erosion through to air to drop it by the edge of the mountains. ...

        Leaving Pagosa Springs...hippie roots visited!

        A travel blog entry by missbliss1978 on Jun 15, 2014

        11 photos

        ... s. Interesting since she hadn’t considered herself a Buddhist yet nor really discovered this place where she would one day be set free. He insisted that I pick some special rocks out of a nearby creek just as she did. Looking on the map there were so many creeks! How would I know which one to stop at? I didn’t know if this was going to be possible but the road soon leveled off with Wolf Creek! I pulled over and in my open toed platform sandals I crossed over ...

        USA Part 3 - The Adventures of Bruce Begin

        A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jun 09, 2014

        1 comment, 62 photos

        ... br>
        We thought we’d get fuel a little cheaper in Mexico. We were wrong. It was a fraction cheaper, but the flow meter was completely out. We went in with a quarter full tank and the attendant managed to squeeze 19 gallons into a 20 gallon tank. We joined the dodgy Mexicans at the gas station watching their battle against the World Cup hosts Brazil. Rach was more than welcomed by the locals.


        Night 25: North Mexico

        A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 14, 2012

        11 photos

        ... a tiny town pulling in not-so-cool tourist money due to two reasons: 1) It is home to the Chimayo sanctuary.  2) It is considered the weaving Mecca of the Southwest. We were introduced to it by a Fernando Ortega song by the creative name of "Chimayo" and have visited the rustic little town a few other times. The sanctuary, built in adobe style in 1816, is the focus of Mexican pilgrimages. When we first saw it, the sanctuary was a bit smaller. The walkway to the ...

        You call that a knife? this is a knife

        A travel blog entry by garethlaura on Apr 27, 2012

        5 photos

        ... alamosa to find a motel. It was a great experience though.

        It was still fairly early and only about 20 miles to alamosa, so when we saw a sign pointing to Grest Sand Dunes national park, we thought it would be worth a detour, and it was down a pretty scenic road. We must have driven for almost 10 minutes down this road and the mountains weren't getting any closer, then we saw another sign for the national park.I didn't notice the mileage but after another five minutes on a ...