Old Madrid Boarding House

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

Taking the Scenic Road

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 17, 2014

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... 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 ...

To Durango, Colorado - day one

A travel blog entry by mike.randleman on Sep 13, 2013

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... latter route, and left in a pretty strong rain storm (we've gotten so good at breaking camp that doing it in the rain is no problem!). After dropping down I-25 almost to Albuquerque we turned North on U.S. 550, which took us through several indian reservation, most notably several Apache reservations. The mesas and rock formations were just breathrtaking. The arroyos and washes that were dry yesterday were overflowing with muddy water. We ...

Days 5 + 6 - Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by captles on Jun 20, 2013

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... and claimed the area for the United States, saying to the assembled Mexicans, "we come amongst you as friends, not enemies." History may not prove the truth of that statement.

The town is rich in history: the Santa Fe trail, the last stop before Santa Fe; and Coronado crossing what passes as a river in ...

Terrible Traffic, Torrents of Rain

A travel blog entry by 9lives on Mar 08, 2013

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... as it was pouring rain by then. After we'd done some laundry the skies had cleared sufficiently for us to explore the railyard/Guadalupe district known to be funky, fab and friendly. I managed to get a photo of the Sanctuario de Guadalupe built around 1776 and just a couple of blocks from our hotel. A 12 foot statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patron saint of New Mexico, stands on the grounds.

We parked the car at the hotel and walked to dinner at ...

Soaking our way to Mexico!

A travel blog entry by thelovejourney on Oct 22, 2012

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... place with one pool and that's about it. Due to a fire 4 yrs.ago, the place was purchased by the Scott Family who completely renovated the resort and added additional sleeping accommodations and a very good restaurant. There are now 7 pools!
Each one is specific in it's mineral content and potential health benefits. There was a mud pool where you applied red mud all over your body, let it dry and then rinse off!! I loved that pool. After soaking in the really ...