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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TripAdvisor Reviews Plaza Historic Suites Questa

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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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We leave Santa Fe and head towards our next cultural experience. Taos Pueblo is one of the more functioning Pueblo's we seen. A lot of the locals have turned their homes into shops to sell their crafts. You are free to wonder around for as long as ...

Earthships and the Cold

A travel blog entry by somewhereslowly on May 18, 2015

16 photos

After the disappointment that was Sante Fe, we drove up, through the mountains ,and watched in amazement as the landscape shifted and changed colors all around us. Our destination was The Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the town of Taos. Besides the fact that it's the perfect, beautiful example of a New Mexican town, full of culture and art, breeming with spaced out hippies of every age and size, there is a man ...

Great Sand DunesNational Park and Preserve

A travel blog entry by wright2 on May 22, 2014

15 photos

... dunes rising from the valley
floor. This area of Colorado was formed millions of years ago through the interactions of tetanic plate movement, glaciers, and volcanic activity. The valley floor was at one time a large lake where sand washed in from the San Juan Mountains and larger gains and pebbles from the Sangre de Cristo Mountains collected. As the lake shrunk, the prevailing south-west winds blew the sand grains to pile up beneath the Sangre de Cristos ...

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, ...