Hotel La Fonda de Taos
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Beautiful hotel with lots of charm and great service. In a great location in the middle of the historic plaza. The hotel is historic too. Highly recommend!
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... three shrimp, mashed potatoes, the most flavorful black bean salsa that was also the hottest I have ever tasted! Oh and the fruit tart was delicious! Yes, we have some serious adjustments in our eating when we get back!!! Monday, we plan on going to Taos Pueblo which is an existing Pueblo community that is preparing for their San Geronimo feast on Tuesday. We will be leaving by then, but hope to get there tomorrow. So, until tomorrow, ...
... privileged to be there. Their tribal lands include the surrounding mountains and mountain lake.
Lisa is an amazing cook (former caterer) and she blessed us with the tastiest of dinners two nights in a row, plus a lovely pre-dinner drink on their patio with the outdoor fireplace going as we enjoyed a view of the snow-capped Sangre de Cristo mountains!
We had a special treat the second night when our friends Rob and ...
... is a stimulant, like coffee, but has the unique ability to create a sense of relaxation along with increased awareness. I had an amazing time meditating after drinking it! I will certainly experiment with it in the future because it is much cheaper and healthier than coffee. Yesterday, we participated in a work party helping a friend build a straw bale house. It was a great experience, I learned a lot and felt good about how much work we ...
... following this Mexico lost all the remaining territories as a result of the Mexican-American War, 1846-1848.
Despite all the time that has passed there is still a very strong Mexican presence here that can be seen in the both the population and architecture. It is such a pretty little town, I love it. I had a late lunch today sipping margaritas looking out over Taos Plaza, which is filled with beautiful galleries and jewellery shops (it's quite ...
... too light headed. lol). We started with Taos Pueblo, which is separate from the town of Taos. It is the old Puebloan Taos village that is on the National Register of Historic Places, is a UNESCO Heritage site, and is the first Living World Heritage site - it is considered to be the oldest continually inhabited community in the US. It goes back at least 1,300 years. About 100 people from the Red Willow tribe still live in ...