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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Taos Pueblo. It felt very weird to walking around on someone's land, endlessly photograhing their actual houses (the ones they really live in) as if they were artefacts or objects. I felt quite creeped out. But I did wander about and take those photos. I did not go into any of the 'stores' (houses opened to sell things to tourists) and left quite quickly.
I am still not sure what tomorrow brings - I will likely head ...
... in the sun. So weird. We are in Taos now. Our house is beautiful and such a New Mexico feel. It is a whole different world here. You could almost swear you were in Mexico. A bit of a relief to know you are still in the US. We have a 3 bedroom, 4 bath house with a hot tub. The kids like the hot tub. It is nice to be in a house. We had dinner in town at Kyote. The food was great. A lot of it was New Mexican American fusion. We ordered everything and filled the table. ...
... of the Ancient Pueblo people. There are remains of pueblo structures and cliff dwellings that are dated to 1150-1550 BC. We took a shuttle to the site because the 2011 and 2013 fires and subsequent floods destroyed about 60% of the public parking. We toured parts of the monument with a park ranger. Also. stopped by a Smith's grocery store to buy some salad for our lunches once we leave Taos, and what did we find? Kroger salad ...
... this stay of ours was in a studio of which we felt pretty cramped. We have stayed in studio condos before.... but seriously.... I don't think this room could have gotten any smaller!!! This is our first experience with a Murphy bed and hopefully our last!!
I would recommend using this resort but not occupying a studio - go for the bedroom style.
... so I guess that helps keep the air quality incredibly pure and clear. Across the plateau there are when you look closely mounds that we thought were original Navajo dwellings but in fact they are the roofs of 'earthships' are particular type of ecohouse that are built down into the ground to conserve energy keep heat out in the summer and the cold in the winter. Though its hot this time of year (though only 84 degrees or so here so cool compared to where we've been) its ...