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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TravelPod Member ReviewsPlaza Hotel Las Vegas
Attractive and comfortable. Must be best hotel in town.
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... could actually put milk in these jugs and pick them up by a handle, and pour.
All except the "face jugs" - there were many of these and I made a point of photographing every one I saw. Usually grotesque, and every potter represented in the collection seems to have taken a run at creating said grotesquely-faced jugs.
Photographing through glass in museums is always a challenge, what with the reflections and the bright little pot lights ...
... holds true to its historic Hispanic roots with a Wild West twist. We guided ourselves around the plaza, shaded by towering cottonwood trees, to admire historic buildings.
A noticeable energy was present, signaling a revival of some sort. For example, the Plaza Hotel is being refurbished by the same owners who did their magic at the historic La Posada hotel in Winslow, AZ. The Carnegie Library ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnegie_l ...
... through Texas...enough said. And by God...we MADE it to NM...it truly is The Land of Enchantment!!!y We pulled into the most BEAUTIFUL campground we both have ever seen...off of HWY 3...in a little village called: Villanueva....Pretty much my idea of heaven. Joanna here- The dust damp from a rain, more red too. We pitched our tent, we started our meal. Quinoa, a very runny yolk fried egg, topped with canned crab, the real kind of course, and asparagus on the side. Leela said ...
... holy mud. “Well, you never know”, protested Mrs Henry, “and I can always give it to someone who believes in it.”
As donors will have gathered, Mrs Henry and myself have done a dash south, after snow almost gave Mrs Henry a seizure. Mrs Henry will jauntily pay for a fairground ride in a machine that shakes your vitals about like castagnettes and throws you up and sideways at enormous speeds and enormous heights, but a couple of snowflakes ...
Campsite Site #24-C - New Mexico State Park with site water nearby , & dump station. Elevation about 5,837 ft. Notes - Our site sits on a bluff over looking the Pecos River - Covered picnic table w/ rock columns. - El Cerro upper campground overlooks the ...