Comfort Inn & Suites Los Alamos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I came 'up the Hill' to Los Alamos Tuesday. The trip from Santa Fe had been very pleasant. As usual the sun was shining and the car top was down. I went to see the Historical Museum and in the afternoon I went on a tour of the 'Atomic City'. Rita and I took the same tour last May, and our tour guide, Georgia, was as nice and informative as back …
... driving back down the mountain to Santa Fe. We stopped to look at a unique rock formation. Rudy thought it was a dog, but we found out it was Camel Rock Monument!
One of the things that we enjoy in the southwest is the Native American influence with murals and decorations on the highways rather than just poured concrete. Here are some examples that I captured on our drive today.
... It's also FUN! Fun in an interactive way that encourages visitors to experiment and test their knowledge of science, history, space, the environment, and technology.
We spent the afternoon at the museum and left only because they were locking the doors for the evening.
It was late and we going to camp at Bandelier National Monument, so we stopped at Smith's Market for deli items for dinner. It was the very best grocery shopping experience we ...
... said, ah no. They gave us great directions and we headed to deVarga Mall where the museum is housed. Randy walked through the bug museum while I visited Ross to buy unders for me and Niko :) We met up again at 230 and walked back to the centre of town. Decided it was perfect time for a cocktail so headed to the second floor Thunderbird Bar and Grill which overlooks the plaza. Had a ...
... made it out, but not without scrapes and bruises, lots of heavy breathing, and a few moments of trepidation! The last 200 feet was straight up with some pretty exposed scrambling. The kids fared well scrambling up without packs. Dan and I learned first hand while it wasn't a well used route. All of us were very glad to reach the terra firma of the mesa!
We made our quickest transition yet, repacking the ...