Super 8 Bloomfield
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... influenced by Chaco architecture, ceramics, and ceremonial life. At first, Aztec may have been a place that supported Chaco activities. Later it may have been a center in its own right when Chaco Canyon's regional influence waned after 1100. Aztec's population ebbed at times, but persisted through cycles of drought and cultural changes. Even after many generations, the community's final layout adhered to a ...
... road, before unhooking from the Scamp to check out the badlands and do some hiking. Within a couple of hours and many “wows” from me, we found an incredible inlet at the base of a small mountain (probably considered a hill here but if you are from Wisconsin, it was a mountain). There were no toilets, no hookups, no nothing, but we decided we could not leave this excellent camping spot behind. We went ...
... the big socks you wear on a plane and normal socks, a singlet, t-shirt, jumper and big jacket haha, is going to be cold! But I'm so excited can't wait. OMG so I think I have to quit uni to become a professional snow mobiler, I had the time of my life! It was so much fun I want to do it again!!!!!!! And the guide we had said I was the best driver and I was the only girl in my group, yeah go me! Hahaha. Then while we ...
... set up and were selling all these hand crafted goods, I brought this really nice necklace. We didn't really do much after that, just sat on the bus :( then when got there it was a bit of a mad rush to buy more warm clothes because I'm going on a snowmobile tomorrow! Man I'm excited. Then we had dinner and a few drinks. Then kerryn and ...
... had some protection for much longer. The property has been under the control of the U.S. Forest Service for a long time and it continues to be under their control. The USFS lets a group called the Chimney Rock Interpretive Association conduct the tours of the area.
You must pay a $15 fee for a tour in order to drive up to the upper parking lot. That :"tour" could be a self-guided tour of the Great Kiva Trail, a 1/3 mile ...