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

Second Night at Rancheros

A travel blog entry by rvmottus14 on Apr 22, 2014

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... included a chocolate martini the bartender made for me (yum yum). Walked over to Bridget and dropped off our shopping. Decided dinner would be mexican so we headed out to La Plancha which was on our way back to the RV site. Had an INCREDIBLE meal with three glasses of wine for $50. Back to the site now and planning on an easy night as we'll head out tomorrow towards Farmington and our next ...

Texas to New Mexico

A travel blog entry by lucyluw on Aug 29, 2013

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... around it. There were a few spray cans left for everyone to use so Vicki & I had a little go at graffitiing a few of the cars. Looking at the directions we hopped on and off the interstate (I-40) because the book said the road was in a little rough condition. We hit mid-way point, bought a few souvenirs and took lots of pictures. We drove through a few 'old towns' and saw the remains of a few ...

Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by emstreeter on Aug 16, 2013

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... because of this fact. And of course one cocktail turned into many cocktails. We caught up with the rest of the group at 8pm and most went back to the motel. But about 7 or 8 of us went to a bar/pub and actually caught up with another tour group doing the opposite trip to us. Some were nice but we were certainly judged by a few girls when we attempted to make conversation. But that didn't stop us from having a good ...

Day 98 – Friday, July 05, 2013

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Jul 05, 2013

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... beautiful statuary. Most unique is the Statue of La Conquistadora. She is the patron of Santa Fe and is the oldest statue in the US. She was craved in the 1600’s in Spain and brought to then Mexico by the conquistadors on the second invasion. The Spaniards promised a peaceful assimilation and presented La Conquistadora as a pledge. Every year, in the fall, she is paraded through the streets at harvest time ...

Amarillo to Santa Fe, New Mexico

A travel blog entry by martyman on Apr 12, 2013

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... about $5.00 less than what we had paid and proceeded to give all my coins back. Nice one.

We were out of the campground by 11:30am but spent the next couple of hours visiting leather boot shops for Cindy who "couldn't leave Texas without some cowgirl boots". Fortunately she found some at the third shop and we were back on the Interstate at 2:30pm.

We headed west about half an hour later we passed the Midway Cafe at Adrian which ...


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