Shaffer Hotel and Dining Room

Address: 103 E Main, Mountainair, New Mexico, 87036, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 103 E Main, Mountainair, is near Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument.
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      Travel Blogs from Mountainair

      A small town hello to Dr Linda

      A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 20, 2012

      Part of the fun of driving through the country- and avoiding the interstates- is the small towns you come across. There are many blog entries to write about them, but one town we drove though had a friend of mine in it. It turned out our path up to Santa Fe passed right through the town of Estancia, New Mexico, where Dr. Linda Stogner and her husband Michael from Nat Geo Explorer lived. I had been in touch with Linda and knew she lived in Estancia, but ...

      Mountainair

      A travel blog entry by jaredandjen on Apr 17, 2011

      ... further than it is supposed to go. So the hydraulic piece on the door ripped out from the wall of the motorhome, the door swung open further cracking the back of the door on the metal leg for the awning. The door doesn't look to bad, but you have to be careful now when you open the door so that it isn't just swinging at will. Of course it is still super windy out. So now our plans for tomorrow have changed some. Instead of going right to ...

      Dune June!

      A travel blog entry by thebucknalls on Jun 03, 2010

      15 photos

      ... managed to break in time and swerve to avoid them and we suffered no more than being pelted with huge chunks of rubber from their worn out tyre.

      The park is home to huge dunes of sandy white gypsum and features trails, picnic sites and the opportunity to taboggan the dunes. We had a nice time walking up the dunes, spotting wildlife (or their prints at least!) and running back down. It was incredibly hot so we couldn't stay there too long. We carried on via the ice cream shop ...

      Quarai

      A travel blog entry by ambersky12 on Feb 21, 2009

      13 photos

      ... as I was. We ran into very few people on the trip, but the rangers were available and helpful at each site. I had no idea these mission ruins existed in New Mexico. They are gems of history and I hope to visit again. Having been to Bandalier, Sky City, Valle Caldera, as well as the four corner cliff dwelling sites, I'd say I liked this just as much, possibly even more, and it is less ...

      The missions

      A travel blog entry by ambersky12 on Feb 21, 2009

      11 photos

      ... the Tibetan monk's land whose entrance is marked by two towering golden lions on pedestals. It's striking since they suddenly appear roadside and are in contrast to all of the surrounding ranch entrances. There are lots of old Spanish family ranches with names hanging elegantly over main drives. The drive itself was almost as beautiful as the ...