Hampton Inn & Suites Los Alamos
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... is extremely limited in this area, with an average starting price of $350,000. This community has so many of the top researchers in the US who continue to make advances related to the environment, health, and new energy sources etc. The area is also surrounded by many ski, hiking, ancient Indian sites and other outstanding spaces.
After visiting the museum we had the ...
... and then made our way to the Old Abiquiu B and B where our map told us we could camp. It was a beautiful spot, but there was just one problem: there was nobody there and no one answering the phone. No matter, we thought we would head into town, kill a few hours and try later. We had a chilli cheeseburger at the famous Bode's bar and did a shop for the next couple of days, all the while calling the B and B without joy. We were getting slightly tetchy by this point; we ...
... that developed the atomic bomb. Today, the Los Alamos National Laboratory is a scientific research facility focused on national security. The town has the lowest unemployment rate in the nation and the highest per capita number of PhDs as residents.
We visited the Bradbury Science Museum, named for Norris E. Bradbury, the Laboratory's second director (after Robert Oppenheimer). It's over-the-top informative about nuclear power, atom splitting ...
... Our first morning in Santa Fe we woke up and headed straight to Bandelier National Monument. It had been recommended to us, and I had seen pictures from others’ trips there and knew it was a must. It was incredible! I will take a second here to apologize in advance for the excessive use of the words “amazing,” “incredible,” “unreal,” “beautiful,” “gorgeous,” “wow,” ...
... to the famous Taos Pueblo Indian Village. Worthwhile clicking on the link to have a look at this amazing place.
It is considered to be the oldest continuously inhabited community in the USA. Their ...