Glorieta Conference Center

IH 25 Glorieta Exit 299, Glorieta, New Mexico, 87535, United States | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Glorieta

Lake Thunderbird and onto Villanueva, NM

A travel blog entry by leela.devere

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We really had a fun and leisurely day of driving...stopping often....we didn't make it very far however. We took side roads and loved the greenness of AK a lot! Arriving just before sunset to the ONLY Park that was feasible To stay at near Oklahoma City was a bit disappointing to say the least! Our campsite WAS right next to a small lake..true, but the trash was unbelievable. I picked up trash while Joanna got started putting the tent up. I barely put a dent in it before I had ...

Return to the mountains: New Mexico

A travel blog entry by trackingdj

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... myself in the Pecos mountains of northern New Mexico. A promise land in many ways, not a lot of bugs, a great climate and free camping in beautiful areas. I truly do love it here. I love the unique culture that New Mexico has. Its own styles of food, and a laid back style of living. Still being in touch with nature, and happy living in small houses. The people are friendly but also very prideful. Its my ...

Route 66 from Amarillo, TX to Romeroville, NM

A travel blog entry by snicoll

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... Route 66 itself. This was highlighted by Landergin which has nothing left but derelict buildings. I then rolled into Adrian which is billed as the midway point of Route 66 and has two markers to prove it. It is obligatory to take your picture there so I followed protocol. After Adrian there is no choice but to take the interstate all the way to the New Mexico border where I took exit 0 in Texas to see the remains of Glenrio which did ...

Th Coyote Stole my Sour Dough Bread

A travel blog entry by mr.henry

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... lay scattered, cans of beans had rolled, an onion had come to rest under the Egg and Mrs Henry discovered that her loaf of sour dough bread was missing. "Coyote *******”, she muttered. The next morning, Gene, a handyman at the Las Vegas “ahrr-vee” park clued us in. The large coyote was in fact an old dog belonging to somebody in the hills behind the “ahrr-vee” park. “I gotta clean up de trash he goes troo ev’ry ...

Mixing it up in Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by steeleandsarah

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... the realization that Santa Fe was located in the Rocky mountains, a fact neither of us knew beforehand.

Recovering from our days at the Grand Canyon, we decided to take it slow in Santa Fe. We drove from the campsite into the city to get breakfast and discovered this New Mexico chain called Wecks. The place only serves breakfast and lunch and pretty much everything on the menu has chile sauce on it. We enjoyed New Mexican breakfast so much ...

Location

This hotel, located on IH 25 Glorieta Exit 299, Glorieta, is near Pecos National Historic Park.
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