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 ...


A travel blog entry by cariverga on Oct 25, 2013

Верхн 80;й левый угол Нью-Ме 082;сико – очень аутен 90;ичный, этого не отнят 00;. Завтр 72;к ...

Texas to New Mexico

A travel blog entry by lucyluw on Aug 29, 2013

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... around it. There were a few spray cans left for everyone to use so Vicki & I had a little go at graffitiing a few of the cars. Looking at the directions we hopped on and off the interstate (I-40) because the book said the road was in a little rough condition. We hit mid-way point, bought a few souvenirs and took lots of pictures. We drove through a few 'old towns' and saw the remains of a few ...

Back to the Caldera with WildEarth Guardians

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on May 18, 2013

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... predicted.

Both were tired so we called it an early evening because we knew we were going to working in the morning! Up bright and early and drove down to the entrance of the Valles because we were not sure when we needed to be there. Had our breakfast while we waited and finally they opened the doors for us to enter.

Drove in and waited for rest of group to arrive. Everyone ...

Snow, snow and more snow!

A travel blog entry by nikib on Jan 29, 2013

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... years, the Palace changed hands as the territory of New Mexico did, seeing the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, the Spanish reconquest from 1693 to 1694, Mexican independence in 1821, and finally American possession in 1848

Pueblos is a word mentioned a lot and when I googled it, it means a few things - Any of some 25 Native American peoples, including the Hopi, Zuņi, and Taos, living in established villages in ...