Plaza Historic Suites

Address: 34 State Road 196, Questa, New Mexico, 87556, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 34 State Road 196, Questa, is near Rio Costilla.
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Travel Blogs from Questa

Great Sand Dunes NP

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 05, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

Left camp and drove north, crossed Ute Indian land and passed Chimney Rock. Arrived at Treasure Falls. Fifteen minute hike up near to the falls, ascending 300 feet.

Then travelled up Wolf Creek Pass, getting to 3333 metres! Pine forests and lots of snow.

Then came own a bit to The San Luis valley and Great Sand Dunes NP. Had hoped to camp, but camp site full. Amazing sight of 750 feet high sand dunes nestling against 14,000 ...

Sand castles

A travel blog entry by bluemarlin on Jul 07, 2014

Steve - we decidd to take a day from the TAT and diverted to the "great aand dunes". Hell of a ride across an open planw to find we coild not even get anywhwre near them wiyh the bikes. Took some ohotos and went to the nearest vakp site which to be frank was kot offering a geeat deal. We checked out the pitch site ...

Great Sand DunesNational Park and Preserve

A travel blog entry by wright2 on May 22, 2014

15 photos

... it was very wide, and with no stones to step over we were
forced to remove our shoes and wade through the freezing water, it was coming
from snow runoff. Reaching the other side we then had to traverse about 200 yards of gravel, on a slight uphill grade. That is when the actual sand dunes started; we were looking at mountains of sand. Walking up the dunes was extremely difficult as for every step you took your foot slipped back down at least half ...

Travel Day to Blanca, CO

A travel blog entry by wright2 on May 21, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... at a respectable speed. We stopped for the night in the town of “Blanca”
at the “Blanca R. V. Park”. It is a
small campground, with small gravel sites and no grass, but we do have full
hookups, WIFI but no TV will make due for 2 nights.









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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, ...