Plaza Historic Suites

Address: 34 State Road 196, Questa, New Mexico, 87556, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 34 State Road 196, Questa, is near Rio Costilla.
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Travel Blogs from Questa

Catching up.

A travel blog entry by lynnlinton on Jun 04, 2015


... up till now but the most important is that we have a lovely motorhome and are enjoying ourselves.

The weather was most unkind for the start of our travels and we had to rethink our route.

We had a wonderful day today. Did the most amazing train trip in Colorado and back and forth into New Mexico. Scenery was wonderful and ...

Day 37 - Taos Pueblo then onto Colorado

A travel blog entry by ghtour15 on May 27, 2015

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... A tour is recommend which provides a good history of the town and area. We spend a few hours here doing the tour and looking at the local art then head off to tonight's campsite which takes us into Colorado.


Earthships and the Cold

A travel blog entry by somewhereslowly on May 18, 2015

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... Michael Reynolds who I and Lindsey greatly admire, and for a long time have wanted to see his handy work. For the last 40 some odd years he has been constructing "houses" which he dubbed Earthships. These dwellings are a hodge-podge of unique building ideas and concepts, with a sole purpose of being fully sustainable and adaptable. A new way of thinking about architecture and the way we build our homes. We visited ...

Great Sand DunesNational Park and Preserve

A travel blog entry by wright2 on May 22, 2014

15 photos

... but only to be greeted by a valley and higher dunes beyond. At this point I was exhausted and decided to turn around and go down, of course that part of the trip was easy until the winds kicked up; it was like walking through a wind tunnel and being pelted with grains of sand. I met up with Valerie and returned to the base of the dunes. After a picnic lunch we headed down the road to the “Zapata Falls”, turning onto the dirt road we ...

Government Intervention - or Lack Of It

A travel blog entry by bransi on Oct 01, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

Left Santa Fe Monday and took slow route through artists' colonies to Taos and then onto the Wild River BLM campsite at conjunction of Rio Grande and Red River - most perfect site to date. Great night at campfire and tent under myriad stars with plans to stay several days; come morning Ranger arrives....government shutdown, off you go and police will tour later today to ensure you're gone. Total bollocks of course! Ready to leave by 2:00PM, ...