Whitten Inn

Address: 615 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 615 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos, is near Blumenschein Home & Museum, Carson National Forest, Latir Peak Wilderness Area, and Cruces Basin Wilderness.
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      Travel Blogs from Taos

      Taos Pueblo

      A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 15, 2014

      6 photos

      ... and she is very interested in coming further west. Maybe we’ll see her in Comox one day!

      So, that’s it for Taos. 7 nights was the perfect length of time here. Tomorrow, it’s up and off early (I know what you’re thinking…..like 10?) to get a big breakfast at the Taos Diner 2 on the way southeast to Grants where we hope to tour lava tubes, ice caves and more petroglyphs and rock art in El Malpais and El ...

      Durango & Taos

      A travel blog entry by agnetapigott on May 23, 2014

      17 photos

      ... a 10m ladder, crawling through a 4m-long tunnel, and climbing up a 20m open rock face with two 3m ladders to exit the site. It was great fun and perfectly safe !

      We reached the pretty and historic town of Durango the same evening.The town was founded after gold was discovered high up in the mountains.
      The narrow gauge Durango - Silverton steam train was built in 1882 and ...

      Pushed to the Limit

      A travel blog entry by titainteric on Nov 09, 2013

      2 comments, 62 photos

      ... body's to adjust to the altitude but the challenge was just beginning!

      The whole trail was a steep gradient so when we needed to rest we would stop for a moment and take pictures. The further up the trail we went, the deeper the snow and the steeper the mountain was. After we hiked about a mile and a half, there was a fork in the road. On the left, we saw flat land for the first time, on the right, it was a steep incline but the trail had been ...

      Taos Pueblo - Oldest Continuously Inhabited Place

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 02, 2010

      44 photos

      ... modern town of Taos where a tribe of Tewan-speaking Pueblo Indians
      maintain secretive and conservative traditions and a somewhat communal
      lifestyle most other Pueblo Indian communities have given up. Along with Acoma
      Pueblo west of Albuquerque, Taos Pueblo is one of those few places where you
      can completely forget you’re in the United States. To me it feels much more
      like places I’ve ...

      A Dream Fulfilled

      A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on May 03, 2010

      ... with his one acre and gets a lot of produce to the farmers market every year. We didn't eat until 8:30 but the food was amazing. Every ingredient was from the farm. She made us each an omelet with mustard greens, creamy tomato sauce and yogurt. There were so many flavors. We sat around two tables in the kitchen and talked until 10:00, mostly about WWOOFing and couchsurfing. (Annie and Victor hadn't joined yet.) Jeff is a good story teller.
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