San Miguel Mission

401 Old Santa Fe Trail, Pojoaque Valley, New Mexico, 87501, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pojoaque Valley

Biking Around Old Santa Fe for WildEarth Guardians

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... the wonderful Wild Earth Guardians office with wonderful views and great outdoor eating area.

The delivering of posters and newsletters gets us plenty of exercise and a chance to explore parts of town we have not explored before. One of the things we have enjoyed recently is the Santa Fe river is running in the downtown area and is a wonderful thing to behold.

Taos Pueblo

A travel blog entry by ahartry


... At 1:40pm, we went back to the courtyard, where a young man arrived to give us a tour. Since we were the only ones waiting, we received a private tour ... we were grateful that he was willing to go ahead, even though there were just two of us. (There is no set fee for tours but are funded through gratuities.)

The tour lasted about 20 minutes and was quite informative. It began in the church, and we learned a bit more about the synergy between Catholic practices and ...

The Three Amigos head to New Mexico!

A travel blog entry by traveltails


... new single, where McDonald's gets its beef and how to make peppermint flavored pretzels (just store a Ziploc of pretzels next to orbit gum in the center console). I'm pretty sure Sadie's seen the last blade of grass she will see for a while. The next few miles will only be cacti. Next stop, the blue hole!

We made a quick detour to see Billy the Kids grave before arriving at the blue ...

They Get It

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... They brought new building materials, such as metal for roofs and glass for windows; they also brought better tools. The first sawmills were built, reforming local building technology by processing posts and beams. And they brought a new fashion – Greek Revival style. As it was adapted to the frontier economy, and the adobe construction, it became known as Territorial style.

Pueblo Deco? Go to the 1920’s and the art deco movement. Blend cubist ...

The Indians Lose Again

A travel blog entry by cphenly


... were taken in by the Jemez. There are descendants of the Pecos Indians alive today, and they carry out an annual ceremony at the National Park.

Another painful story about the potential destructiveness of religion. A variety of peoples managed to live together without serious incident for 10,000 years, and in a couple of hundred, they were essentially wiped out by an invading group who were determined to "save their souls."



This hotel, located on 401 Old Santa Fe Trail, Pojoaque Valley, is near San Miguel Mission, The Oldest House, Santa Fe River Park, and Santa Fe Playhouse.
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