Hilltop House Hotel and Conference Center

Address: 400 Trinity at Central, Los Alamos, New Mexico, 87544, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 400 Trinity at Central, Los Alamos, is near Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos Historical Museum, Tsankawi, and Black Hole.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hilltop House Hotel and Conference Center Los Alamos

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Travel Blogs from Los Alamos

The Crazy Ride to Los Alamos

A travel blog entry by jimandclare on Jun 20, 2015

3 comments, 10 photos

... and Jim , once again, held tightly to the steering wheel and Clare leaned to the left. Eventually we reached the mesa and the interesting town of Los Alamos.

Los Alamos was developed on this site for the top-secret Manhattan Project. This project lead to the international development of the two atomic bombs that were dropped on Japan and effectively ended World War II. ...

16. Del Norte to Abiquiu (5 days, 193 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Oct 05, 2014

62 photos

... for somewhere to camp but couldn't get hold of the B and B, she offered to phone her friends Djann and Lisa at the River Farm Casita to see if we could camp there. Djann phoned back and said we could stay, giving directions to the Casita which was eight miles away in the village of Medanales. Eight miles! Oh no, we just couldn't face it, and it was starting to rain, and there was a headwind. What had we done? Why were people so generous? It had cost us an extra eight miles ...

Back to the Future: Los Alamos to Ancient Ruins

A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Sep 27, 2014

1 comment, 50 photos

... But then we drove to Truchas and found a charming town filled with colorful homes and galleries and people. We tried to buy water at the only store in town (it was closed) and that's when a friendly woman across the street volunteered to fill our empty jugs with " the purest cold water you will ever drink." It really was good!

We drove on through town, past a llama farm and into the forest where the tall pines and higher elevation provided welcomed ...

Desert Livin'

A travel blog entry by sara.mairs on Oct 17, 2013

5 comments, 17 photos

... and throwing in a day of out and back day hiking turned out to the right choice, though, as all of our legs needed some extra rest and the slower pace provided more freedom to explore.

Anytime you begin a hike at a trailhead in canyon country, there is warning about the dangers associated with flash floods. Once you are in the canyons, evidence of how high the water can reach is all around you. With this ...

Mesa Verde and native Americans

A travel blog entry by chrisdamore500 on Jul 31, 2013

... tiny hotel like home for around 150 of them. They only stood at about 4 feet tall and so there home is very small for 150 people. It was very interesting to find out about the way that the lived and how they went about hunting for food and raising a family. Now that brief history lesson is over, our next stop was a town north central to New Mexico State called Santa Fe. Santa Fe reminded a lot like Spain. The houses are ...