Enchantment Lodge

Address: 1800 West Aztec Blvd., Aztec, New Mexico, 87410, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1800 West Aztec Blvd., Aztec, is near Aztec Ruins National Monument.
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      Travel Blogs from Aztec

      Last of Our Ruins Tour!

      A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Sep 26, 2014

      1 comment, 36 photos

      ... short growing seasons, and marginal rainfall make it an unlikely place for a major center of ancestral Puebloan culture to take root and flourish. Yet this valley was the center of a thriving culture 1,000 years ago. Its monumental architecture, far-reaching commerce, and complex community life and social organization bear witness to remarkable cultural achievement.

      In the mid-to-late 800's, the ...

      Under New Mexico Skies

      A travel blog entry by munchkinettes on Jul 16, 2013

      14 photos

      Where do we go from here? Turns out Aztec, New Mexico was just an hour away from Mesa Verde, CO and the Aztec ruins sounded pretty cool, so we decided to make a quick stop. We explored the ruins with a self-quided tour and learned about the daily lives of ancestral Pueblo people, the food they ate, their music, their artwork and the Great Kiva. The girls also earned their Aztec Ruins Junior Ranger ...

      Ruins and Badlands

      A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Apr 21, 2013

      2 comments, 33 photos

      The Four Corners area (where NM meets AZ, CO and UT) is famous for its ruins dating back to the 11th to 13th centuries. There are many beautiful examples here of places built by the people anthropologists call Ancestral Puebloans.



      Just outside of Bloomfield, NM is a site called Salmon Ruins. Please pronounce the "l" in Salmon--it's not named after a fish, but a family of ...

      Aztec National Monument

      A travel blog entry by mcgovern on May 31, 2012

      3 photos

      May 31 – by Emma

      Today we woke up, and drove to Aztec National Monument. When we got there we went to the front desk at the Ranger Station. There we got our Junior Ranger books. After that we went on a hike. We saw many houses in the village, and in the middle was a big kiva. The houses were about 900 years. Although that is really old, we have still been to older houses. In the middle of the hike my dad ...

      Aztec ruins

      A travel blog entry by catndeano on Nov 12, 2011

      7 photos

      12th Nov cont.

      Arrived around 9.30am and went straight into the Visitor Centre to watch a short movie about the Pueblos, the first native people. We then headed out to wander around the site looking at how these people had moved from living underground to building on top of the ground. One thing that was noticeable, was ...