Lifts West Condominium
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Lifts West Condominium Red River
Travel Blogs from Red River
... I'll dance for you)
[Roadside crosses flashing by]
Snowing in Brooklyn - Ferron (If it's snowing in Brooklyn then snow's what we got)
The Pretender - Jackson Browne (Get up and do it again)
[A three legged dog hobbled across the highway in front of me in the town of Moro]
[A sign on a store says: Turn in your guns, the government will take care of you]
Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
... Alex! Some chatzki, souvenir and tee shirt stores and upscale stores, like Nambe and Patagonia. We also decided to gas up the car, so we could head out in the morning, and headed to Smith's where we found out yesterday that I got Kroger gas points. So, we got $.10 off per gallon at Smith's!!!! Guess we get pleased by the littlest things! Well, we were going to go to Taos Pueblo, one of the few running Pueblo communities ...
... Red River. Red River was a former gold mining town and is now a four season resort town. The Red River Mt for downhill skiing is right next to the town but this town is considered one of the best cross country ski areas in the country.
Route 38 is a beautiful road with the mountains on either side of the road. We passed the Molycorp molybdenum mine and mill. They have clear cut some of these hills so the contrast with ...
... it was ten more hours of driving, just driving.
Across two time zones, the only significant stop we made was in Amarillo. Situated on the site of historic route 66, some millionaire decided it was a good place to pop a sculpture. So here sit ten or so cadillacs, planted in the ground in various states of decay, inviting people to graffiti on them. Blair tagged 'NZ' on one, but it was way too windy to ...
... You can definately see the Spanish influence at the Pueblo as around 75 percent of the Indian inhabitants are catholic and attend the catholic church at the Pueblo. We then went to visit another prominent Spanish church at Ranchos de Taos, the San Francisco de Asis church built in the 18th century. Returning to scoundrels, this time a Spanish one, I found a monument in the Plaza of Padre Antonio Martinez who was a catholic priest in ...