Cities of Gold Hotel

Address: 15 Mi North of Santa Fe, Pojoaque Valley, New Mexico, 87501, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15 Mi North of Santa Fe, Pojoaque Valley, is near Cities of Gold Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Pojoaque Valley

    Lunch at Los Ojos, dinner at Blue Windows

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on May 22, 2015

    5 comments, 22 photos

    Today was our twelfth wedding anniversary and it was so blissful not to have to be up for a specific time. Craig got up about 7.30 in time to see the three boys off to school and ended up walking up to the bus stop with Peak, while Reid biked with the other two.

    Once they were back I got up and did some further sorting of bags, then had a shower and some breakfast. I got the blog updated, caught up on a few emails and re-did my nails. Meanwhile Reid and ...

    16. Del Norte to Abiquiu (5 days, 193 miles)

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Oct 05, 2014

    62 photos

    ... also kicked up steeply and unrelentingly. Our bikes were perhaps the heaviest they have been all route as we are carrying five days worth of food to see us to the next real town of Abiquiu. With all this weight, the bikes slipped around on the deep gravel, stony surface, making life very hard work. When we tackled Boreas Pass - the second highest pass on the route - the smooth, dirt track surface had made the climb seem easy: you could rest your hands on the handlebars and ...

    Days 12, Sign me up Santa Fe

    A travel blog entry by jjkaine on May 27, 2014

    4 photos

    ... was spectacular. Forgot Oklahoma and Texas, New Mexico is quite an amazing state scenery wise. Mesas on each side, these are those flat topped rock formations we have seen in old westerns and below them, desert. Not sahara desert but just scrub bushes on endless sandy plains, as far as the eye can see and further to snow capped mountains in the distance. No towns, very few homesteads, more ghost towns and just Route 66 stretching out into ...


    A travel blog entry by psandefur on Apr 07, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... Monument. This park contains over 20,000 images throughout the park. We went to one area and went on 2 of the 3 trails (the one trail was quite steep, straight up, and I didn't want to trust my knee and ankle so we only went up a short distance).

    Next was a drive down Route 66 to Old Town. We did not realize that the Rio Grande river ran thru town. Old Town is part of the early town from the ...

    Amarillo, Texas and Santa Fe, New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by dalwadiworld on Oct 23, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... summer months it would be heaving. On the second day we headed downtown and visited Georgia O'Keefes art gallery - coincidentally my Art A Level project was based on O'Keefe's work and it just so happened she moved to New Mexico from New York, I was like a kid in a candy store here. Her paintings are generally of nature and she cleverly magnifies into flowers and trees to bring out there colour and texture. We spent the rest of ...