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Ohio City, Colorado to Taos, New Mexico "Earthships and Heavenly Beer" more beautiful mountains gradually change to scrubbiness in southern Colorado before crossing into New Mexico. We stop at the Rio Grande Gorge overlook, where the river has carved out a mini Grand Canyon.
Just outside of Taos we see a community of aptly …
... The houses don't look at all typical. With a bunch of them together the development certainly stands out. Their Visitor Center was already closed so I didn't get to learn much about the project. I got to Taos and found a hotel for the ...
... at the hands, feet, elbows etc of the SEAHAWKS. I hate those arrogant San Francisco people anyway. The Tufie played all day, emerging with a win of $15. Big spender. I read some, dozed some, rooted some - can't get any better than that.
Left Towaoc headed south, and saw the sacred mountain of UTE Tribe (I'll attach a pic here, but you have to have imagination to see the toes at the far left of the vista, the ...
... blown by prevailing winds to the base of the mother mountain. A micro-ecology has developed supporting unique species of both plants and animal life, some occurring no where else on the planet. We found out about it by talking to locals at breakfast. We overnighted in Taos, a striking town constructed almost entirely of adobe, a kind of rendered mud brick, all coloured in earthy pleasant tones of ochre. Next day we visited the state capital of New Mexico, the ...
... a home where their seven children raised in Taos. He and his third wife are buried here and she died at 40 a week after their last child was born. Kit died a month later and left seven young children as orphans. We went into his home and museum which was interesting.
Another important person whose house is also a museum Don Antonio Severino Martinez who was a merchant and priest in the area. The Millicent Rogers Museum is 4 ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn Taos
Good value,nice place.
This motel is clean,comfortableand quiet.It is located on the main road into town,in a quiet area.The driveway and parking areas are good.Each morning you have a choice of various complimentary breakfasts.We stayed here two nights in September,2005 and both nights ate at the hotel restaurant.The food is excellent,great chef,and inexpensive.The location is excellent for day trips.All the front desk people were very helpful and friendly.We would definately stay here again.
Inn was excellent after you get past the worn-looking exterior
My wife and I stayed here for two nights in September, 2005. The well-worn exterior and low price made me wonder if I had made a good choice. However, the room was perfectly fine and very quiet, the bar was nice and relaxed, the price of the room was very reasonable and the breakfast was GREAT. It was a hot, off-the-menu breakfast which was served to us at our table - promptly.
The pool and courtyard were also very inviting.
We spent just one night in Taos, and the Quality Inn delivered. The front desk woman was very pleasant and helpful... she switched our room when we weren't happy with the first one (the first was a king room that overlooked the roof and was adjacent to the stairs). Our second room was pretty spacious with two queens, a large dresser, table and chairs. The room was standard in decor, but the price was right. However, we could hear full conversations in both adjoining rooms (thin walls). I would recommend that future guests ask for a room that is well-removed from other people. We did not have the complimentary breakfast because the restaurant was packed with at least eight other tables ahead of us awaiting their food... we simply didn't have time to spend an hour on breakfast. We also didn't use the outdoor pool due to the cool weather, but it looks like a great place, especially for families. The Quality Inn is located a good mile or two away from the plaza and shops, but worth the price.
My wife and I spent two nights here and everything was very good to excellent. Our room was large and very clean. Most of the staff were very pleasant and helpful. When we asked for restaurant suggestions, one of the front desk clerks recommended Vestini's (Italian) just a few blocks from the hotel, and our dinners were excellent.
Quality is right!
The Quality Inn in Taos, N.M. was a perfect antidote to the expensive lodging for skiiers heading to Taos. It was conveniently located just off the highway, and the added bonus of a complimentary hot breakfast made it the perfect resting spot for our recent ski trip.
Good location. Has a heated indoor pool. Some of the nicest service people I've met in the hotel industry. Outstanding breakfast
Stayed here in November 04 for 1 night due entirely to the fact that the B&B we had booked on the web had to close due to circumstances beyond their control. They had booked us in here instead, so not our 1st choice.
OK, nothing special
Smallish room, showing signs of wear, but on the top floor and away from the highway, so it was quiet. High-speed internet access worked OK. Basic hot breakfast in restaurant was good, but the wait staff was a bit overworked.