San Miguel Mission

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

Day 13, Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by jjkaine on May 28, 2014

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... care are built in Pueblo style and although many modern buildings use brick or concrete, they are painted in earth tones with rounded corners and thick walls to imitate the traditional style. Roofs are always flat. There are still some original adobe built homes in the city, made from earth, clay and straw with no windows on the ground floor, a way of keep out the strong sun, 28oC even in May. We explored the Historical Plaza but ...


A travel blog entry by psandefur on Apr 07, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... further away although at this place it is a very shallow muddy looking river. After snacking we drove parallel with the river and found a park with 4 small lakes (Tingley Park). Kids were playing with the geese, people were fishing and just having a good time. In this area you enjoy whatever water you can find!!

Then Home again to get ready for our next move. We enjoyed this area, people were nice, but ...

Amarillo, Texas and Santa Fe, New Mexico

A travel blog entry by dalwadiworld on Oct 23, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... fleeting from gallery to gallery on Canyon Road - this road has over 50 independent art galleries housed in haciendas with beautiful gardens - creativity oozes out of this road. I've posted some pictures of our favourite pieces (these were all taken on my phone so unfortunately they are not SLR quality). Whilst in Santa Fe we also enjoyed some local Mexican food (this is fast becoming our favourite cuisine now), gorgeous French crepes and ...

Do you know the way to Santa Fe?

A travel blog entry by safarigirl on Oct 10, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... of her work but admire her ability to blend colors. Georgia was an independent woman her entire life and would make a great read for anyone interested in the woman's movement.

We chose a hamburger joint to eat dinner to escape the Southwestern food we've eaten day and night for the past four days. It was called Bobcat Bites which was ranked #13 Best in the U.S. by a foodie magazine. It was pretty good.

Day 95 – Tuesday, July 2 2013

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Jul 02, 2013

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... the Museum of History. We learned more about the area and its history. There was also a large display of archeological work in the area. We learned that before any new construction is started, the archeologists have to examine the area for artifacts or graves of native people. If graves are found, efforts are made to determine the tribe of the deceased and return the bones to them. Pictures were not allowed so we can’t share. ...

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