Sun God Lodge
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- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Sun God Lodge Taos
Travel Blogs from Taos
85-96 degrees and sunny 214 miles 3 hours and 34 minutes 3 Rootbeer floats 2 US Air force security checkpoints 10 hungry giraffes 1 zoo Another fun and tiring day. We boogied out early to go to the Cheyenne zoo on the mountain side. Pretty unique...and tiring. The zoo is built into the side of the mountain so you have to climb hills to get to different vantage points and exhibits. I was still feeling light headed and climbing doesn't help your oxygen intake. Paul's hiccups never ...
... Earthship Community, we entered yet another dimension when we drove into Taos. The town does not look like other towns in America. It has a rugged beauty and a magical quality to it. There is a heavy Native American and Spanish component to Taos that we found most refreshing. The artwork (and there are loads ...
... we walked toward the town plaza, but everything there and along the main street was closed. Our neighbour here told us that it’s pretty dead here at night, but that there are a few places for live music in the early evening. We passed one, but wanted to go to the local brew pub shown on the map, but with me (Sheila) as the mappa reina, naturally we went to the wrong street, so ended up at a Mexican restaurant. ...
... freedom to do what you are intuitively compelled to do, because I trust you." Unfortunately, self confidence is in sort supply in our culture which allows jealousy, authority and misunderstanding to degrade relationships. However, I see a new level of connection emerging in relationships which has the potential to revolutionize the foundation of community. Experiencing tribalism in Peru will give us a refined understanding of relationships and ...
... pots, but she had one little red and buff jar, and I had to buy it as a companion piece to my old pot, which, it turns out, was made by her aunt. As we were leaving, I told her that we had been to Mesa Verde and asked if her ancestors had come from there, and she said yes.
We had not even thought about New Mexico when we began this trip; we had expected to return through Colorado. What an amazing and wonderful turn of events!