Old Madrid Boarding House

Address: 2885 State Highway 14 N, Madrid, New Mexico, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 2885 State Highway 14 N, Madrid, is near Santa Fe Opera House, Broken Saddle Riding Company, Old Coal Mine Museum, and Engine House Theatre.
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Travel Blogs from Madrid

Day 13, Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by jjkaine on May 28, 2014

10 photos

... care are built in Pueblo style and although many modern buildings use brick or concrete, they are painted in earth tones with rounded corners and thick walls to imitate the traditional style. Roofs are always flat. There are still some original adobe built homes in the city, made from earth, clay and straw with no windows on the ground floor, a way of keep out the strong sun, 28oC even in May. We explored the Historical Plaza but ...

Taking the Scenic Road

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 17, 2014

23 photos

... a "museum" of the old mining tools, which I think haven't been moved from where they were last used since the 1800s.

From here to Santa Fe for a super quick stroll through the plaza to check out the amazingly talented Navajo jewelers that sit on the sidewalk selling their wares.

And then...the road to Taos, where (as you can see below) the views grew tremendously as we approached the mountains and the Rio ...

Amarillo, Texas and Santa Fe, New Mexico

A travel blog entry by dalwadiworld on Oct 23, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... This is the second largest canyon in the US (the first being the Grand Canyon) and it was breathe-taking. There was once a native settlement around the canyon and settlements had lived there over 5 million years ago. The area here is incredibly peaceful - we parked up at some viewpoints and went exploring (I tried to find rattlesnakes whilst Sunny took photos) you could hear a cocktail of sounds from crickets, snakes and birds, much to ...

Santa Fe, the 4 corners and little green men

A travel blog entry by cindy.thompson on Jun 05, 2013

6 photos

... you lose some! We pack up and head into Santa Fe itself to check it out. It’s a historic town that definitely has a Spanish feel to it. There are loads of museums and art galleries but they’re all $10-20 to get in to which is a shame. Well settle for a wander round the shops and markets instead. The square in the centre of town is really pretty as is the church and little side streets. After a couple of hours it’s time to head back to ...

And so today, we're off to Sante Fe!

A travel blog entry by birniewedding on May 08, 2013

28 photos

... us some money which we thought they would appreciate being spent on such tasty food.

So to finish the evening we took our wine back the the bar and given this was going to be the closest to being in an actual place called Mexico (New Mexico) we ordered a tequila; here they don't come in shot glasses - they are in sherry glasses and pretty much to the top.... But what seemed like a good idea at the time quickly backfired as the room started spinning and Tanya was keen for ...