Rodeway Inn

Address: 604-B S Riverside Drive, Espanola, New Mexico, 87532, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 604-B S Riverside Drive, Espanola, is near Tesuque Peak Trail and Kania-Ferrin Gallery.
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      16. Del Norte to Abiquiu (5 days, 193 miles)

      A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... New Mexico was just over a mile and a half away. As soon as we crossed the border it would be warm, flat, cacti filled desert. Only it wasn't. In fact, is New Mexico actually Canada in disguise? Neither of us can remember a day like today since Canada: the sort of day when you finish relieved that neither you nor your bike has been physically snapped in half. As soon as we crossed into New Mexico, we began a steep, rocky, 11 mile ascent up to the Cruces Basin Wilderness and ...

      FLAT tire 7 miles in on Dirt road

      A travel blog entry by leela.devere on Jun 27, 2014

      So. Marshall had told us about this wonderful place to camp along the Rio Grande river. Right close to The Monestary in The Desert..not too far from Ojo Caliente. It was going to be a 13 mile drive down a pretty bumpy but OK dirt road...all ups and downs and twisty and fairly narrow in places. The Monks at that Monestary now brew Beer called Monks and I have seen it ...

      Day 93 – Sunday, June 30, 2013, Travel Day

      A travel blog entry by travelagain on Jun 30, 2013

      ... really had work hard to make it up a climb of about 500 feet. Once on top of the mesa we were in a different terrain all together. There were green fields, cows grazing, hay harvesting, and other related farming activities. There is apparently enough water here to irrigate the fields and sustain ranches. We soon saw a road sign that told us we were entering the Southern Ute Reservation.

      They Get It

      A travel blog entry by burtonll on Oct 30, 2012

      ... was born to Episcopalian missionary parents in Brazil; schooled in Virginia; and came to New Mexico for his health in 1920. An American architect whose influence on the city of Santa Fe continues today, he headed the committee that authored the 1957 Historic Styles Zoning Ordinance, a law that ensured that all future buildings in central Santa Fe would continue the style of the “old quarter.” The ordinance draws a line around “historic ...

      Old Spanish History

      A travel blog entry by rvn4fun on May 29, 2012

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      ... was pretty bad and it made getting around frustrating not to mention the parking was had to find. there is a bus a couple blocks from the RV park that we thought about taking but did not. It seems that every other street was under constuction.
      Side trips to Bandelier National Monument, the town of Los Alamos and an overnighter to Taos. Bandelier has a number of interesting cliff dwellings to see. Los Alamos is the home of ...