Hampton Inn & Suites Los Alamos

124 State Hwy. 4, Los Alamos, New Mexico, 87544, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 124 State Hwy. 4, Los Alamos, is near Bandelier National Monument, White Rock Overlook Park, Munson Gallery, and Robert F. Nichols Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Los Alamos

    Day trip to Santa Fe

    A travel blog entry by rach66 on Sep 11, 2013

    21 photos

    ... the plaza/square where there are lots of shops selling mid range to very expensive items. There are also native american indians selling their completely hand made items. There is a law which says that they can only sell stuff there between certain times and days. It was a very nice place to visit and shop plus it is full of art shops, galleries & museums! This took up most of the day. When we got ...

    Bandelier NM/ Los Alamos - Home of the Atomic Bomb

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on May 30, 2013

    1 comment, 57 photos

    ... age of 25. They saved the lodge of the school and the homes on Bathtub Row were used for the directors and top scientists. The Bradbury Science Museum displays the exhibits about the history of Los Alamos National Laboratory and the ongoing research that science and research. This was not even a town and when all these people were lured by train they disappeared to nowhere. Their families did not know where they were, they were not allowed to ...

    Walking Tour of Original Location of Laboratory

    A travel blog entry by ritaluther on May 08, 2013

    5 photos

    ... not properly compensate them and they were never allowed to return to their land after the project concluded. The Army also took over the Boys Ranch and paid them $250,000 for the land and buildings. In recent years the descendants of these Hispanic homesteaders sued the government and did get additional compensation some 65 years later.

    There are only a few original buildings remaining, Fuller Lodge, and a few homes on bathtub row (so named because they ...

    Atomic City

    A travel blog entry by ritaluther on May 07, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    You won't believe me, I know, but we walked 3 miles from the rv park to the Los Alamos Historical Museum. (Yes, Diane it was 3 miles!) We later learned there was a free shuttle from the rv park to exactly where we wanted to go. Oh, well, we needed the exercise and we saw interesting things along the way. Our first stop was at the sculpture of J. Robert Oppenheimer and General Leslie Groves. Jens could not resist standing next to them. We then visited ...

    Heroes and Spies

    A travel blog entry by ritaluther on May 05, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... that Jens is writing a book on Niels Bohr, a Danish physicist who worked on the project. That is why we have concentrated on that particular history. At Los Alamos he hopes to gain further insight into Niels Bohr and the other physicists who worked with him. One story Jens likes to tell is about the time Albert Einstein met with Niels Bohr in Copenhagen in 1920. They got on a tram in Copenhagen to travel to Bohr's mother's ...