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- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TravelPod Member ReviewsPlaza Hotel Las Vegas
Attractive and comfortable. Must be best hotel in town.
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... World. We were the only visitors at the tiny museum that has a well documented exhibit of artifacts uncovered from the nearby archaeological site, where active study is still underway by the staff of Eastern New Mexico University.
We set our time machine to fast forward and came out in the late 1800s when we visited Billy the Kid's grave outside of Portales. Traveling west along the angular FM (farm to market road) from Portales, we ...
... taking pictures of the old church I noticed a path, which we followed, of course. No one is around, it is still morning. Walking through adobe's made of rocks and mortar, the sky opens up to the valley. A big "V" made from white rocks is on the far side of the valley, no doubt for Villanueva. New Village. People of Mexico settling in New Mexico in new village. I am glad they did. This land of my mothers family would not be so rich had they not. We went to the general store looking ...
A bit further south, in New Mexico, National Parks presents Fort Union, without which the Santa Fe Trail and the settlement of New Mexico and the protection of the Californian goldfields could not have been achieved. Fort Union became obsolete in the late nineteenth century with the advent of the railway and was ... abandoned. What remains today are its foundations, a few fireplaces and sections of wall. What a missed opportunity! A sturdily built fort of ...
... preparation for the next event, the potluck supper.
Dinner was potluck and Calisse and Duncan brought chicken fajitas and the rest of us brought things that would add to or be a nice addition to the meal. It was a fun time, lots of laughing and story telling going on. The campfire added to the great atmosphere and it was a great camping meetup.
The next day we all gathered our things up and headed our ...
... my father was always proud of these murals." So I got up and went around to see what was in the frame, and it turns out that the father was a man named Ben Hernandez, and in 1948, he painted the mural over (what was then) the bar in the Casa Nova, which opened in 1902 or 1908, depending on who you talk to. He also painted several other decorations around the building. The story on the front of the picture frame explained that Mr. Hernandez ...