Comfort Inn & Suites Los Alamos
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... 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 ...
... I've always heard and read about the district, but had never really seen it. This was where Albuquerque began around the Catholic Mission Church that still stands across from the town square. It's reminiscent of Santa Fe and even Jackson WY. Plenty of quaint shops and galleries and of course, lots of restaurants. Our friends Leslie and Ed came to meet us for supper at a place called High Noon. Another great meal with good friends going back to ...
... series lives in Santa Fe, and since we are so invested in the books we were on the lookout for him. He has yet to finish the 6th book in the 7 book series A Song of Fire and Ice, and the fifth took him 5 years, so we were eager to find out if we could speed the process along at all. Not surprisingly, we did not find him.
In the late afternoon we stopped in a bar that was dragon themed for a couple of margaritas. The patio was really cool with cushioned ...
... Museum which is housed in the oldest continually inhabited structure in Los Alamos, the guest cottage for the Los Alamos Ranch School.
Let me explain. "First inhabited by the ancestors of Northern New Mexico's pueblo, Los Alamos is located on the Pajarito Plateau of the Jemez Mountains, formed by eruptions of a giant volcano more than a million years ago. Prehistoric Pueblo ancestors and later Hispanic homesteaders used the plateau for ...
... that you're not on a western film set. It has a nice cathedral and some of the oldest buildings in the USA, having played an important role in the early days of western exploration. We wandered around the streets enjoying the rarity of an American city with no high-rise buildings and looked in the Chuck Jones art gallery and an Indian craft market.
It was soon time for lunch and we enjoyed a nice meal, Jemma opting for a taste of home with fish and ...