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TravelPod Member ReviewsPlaza Hotel Las Vegas
Attractive and comfortable. Must be best hotel in town.
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... 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 ...
That is not the only reason it should be dynamited, though. Mount Rushmore had and has religious meaning to the Indians. In Australia, Aborigines rightly get shirty when you walk to the top of Uluru or call it Ayer’s Rock. The Mount Rushmore ‘monument’ is similar to Uluru being defaced with the heads of Edward Barton, Robert Menzies, John Howard and Bob Hawke on a scale of 100 : 1.
Another of the USA’s not to be missed attraction ...
... Philmont which was the vacation home.
We had a private tour because right now they only have two a day but in a few weeks there will be 17 tours a day. It is amazing. The home has been preserved much as it was in the days the family enjoyed the ranch. It is designed with an Italian influence and the style and furnishings are beautiful.
Waite Phillips history is fascinating and the name of the camp is Phil after his name, and ...
We passed Santa Rosa, New Mexico, home of the Blue Hole – an 80’ blue water sinkhole that apparently is a magnet for Scuba divers. Can’t be many places to Scuba in New Mexico and west Texas. Along I-40, a road belonging to the Birdwell Ranch traverses I-40 near the New Mexico-Texas state line. Seems like the ranch cut a deal with the Feds when I-40 was built across their land. We watched a pick-up truck pick its way across the east- and westbound ...
... took place. This was a unified attack on the Spaniards launched by a number of Pueblos in the area. They burned all the churches, killed a good many priests and Christian Indians, and destroyed all the religious artifacts. This got them back their way of life for about 20 years, but the Spaniards, inevitably, I suppose, came back and rebuilt the churches. By 1838 there were only 21 Pecos Indians left, and they emigrated to another Pueblo ...