Cuban Lodge

6332 Highway 44, Cuba, New Mexico, 87013, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on 6332 Highway 44, Cuba.
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    Travel Blogs from Cuba

    WildEarth Guardians River Restoration

    A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on May 04, 2013

    86 photos

    ... they went into town and were asleep by the time they returned. They built a fire when they returned and it looked like it was right beside us but was just an illusion.

    One thing we can say...............it got very cold that night. Robert's water bottle froze inside the tent! Fortunately as the sun came up it was pouring into our tent. We raised the rain fly to take advantage of the warmth. ...

    Oh, we have 12 vacancies. 12 cabins, 12 vacancies.

    A travel blog entry by heathersholiday on Nov 05, 2010

    1 photo

    ... of life. I was really tired so I pulled over and did my research on the motels in that little town.

    Now Cuba is like less than a mile long and they have 3 motels. One that had no reviews, one that had one or two, and the third that had a ton, and most of the negative reviews had to do with reservations and price. I really didn't care about reservations or price as I knew it would be in my price range being in a one ...

    I went to Cuba maybe eight or nine times.

    A travel blog entry by heathersholiday on Nov 04, 2010

    7 photos

    ... or Albuquerque. But where to stop? On top of everything looking at the time in the car and GPS it said I wouldn't get there till about 8:30, then I saw the time on my cellphone and I noticed that I crossed a time zone. So that meant that I wouldn't get there till 9:30. I just realized I lost an hour today.

    I needed to try to figure out where to stop, which is really kinda tricky when there really ...

    Day 2: At sea

    A travel blog entry by racinghippo on Mar 02, 2009

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... for the day. After I threw up for the first time, I thought it might be wise to visit the medical centre. I duly did so, and filled in the ream of forms that are required to get permission to be ill on a ship. Then the nice nurse told me it'd cost between $70 and $150 to see a doctor. I suddenly felt miraculously better, but took her up on her offer of Imodium for $7. ...

    Taos Pueblo

    A travel blog entry by krb2g on Jan 02, 2007

    ... corresponding most closely to the corn mother of the native religion) was displayed most prominently among five saints. There were corn paintings around the figures (another tie-in to the native religion). The saints were all dressed in white, but the color changes seasonally. There was also a pottery creche to the left and a coffin covered in white cloths to the right. The coffin serves as a reminder of both Jesus' victory over the grave and the ...