Pueblo Canyon Inn

199 San Ildefonso, Los Alamos, New Mexico, United States | Inn

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Bandelier NM/ Los Alamos - Home of the Atomic Bomb

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill


... It was great that they have started shuttle service from the Visitor Centers and campgrounds to the canyon below.

We took the shuttle down to the canyon and were met by a ranger telling us what to see and do. Many of the trails take off from the bottom which also had an Inn for years but now the buildings house the Park Administration buildings, gift shop, snack shop and museum. Many of the items in the museums were missing because in ...

Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by nayab


We arrived in Santa Fe in New Mexico this afternoon. And is strange but it felt like you have left the USA and actually have entered into Mexico. The structure of the buildings, the roads, the weather and the people is what I imagined Mexico to be like. I didn't take many pictures today but take a look at the pictures and see what you think. To me it's basically what Ealing Road would be like if it was a ...

Atomic City

A travel blog entry by ritaluther


... for the bright yellow van and the tour. We met Georgia, an enthusiastic, knowledgeable guide who would take us around Los Alamos for 2 1/2 hours! She was willing to take us to places Jens talked about and I think she was excited to talk with someone who had some knowledge of the area. She is committed to preserving the history of Los Alamos and is working toward (along with many others in the area) to get Los Alamos designated an Historical National ...

We Chose the Road Less Traveled

A travel blog entry by ritaluther


... Paved." We headed in the direction of the monument and with much more bravery than sense, proceeded along this "paved" road. This road is located in the Cochiti Indian reservation and winds through villages such as Pena Blanca and Cochiti Pueblo. We noticed a vey nice golf course in Cochiti Pueblo with beautiful greens (out here in the middle of the desert, they really stand out). Bravely proceeding along our road for another 10 or ...

The Atomic City

A travel blog entry by paulandjemma


... way we passed by the Valles Caldera national preserve, which is a beautiful meadow surrounded by forests in the vast crater of an extinct volcano. It's a nice setting that has often been used in films, but unfortunately much of the surrounding forest was destroyed by fire in recent years. The springs were up a steep path on the side of a canyon with a picturesque mountain stream running along the bottom.

There were two pools with the higher one being ...


This inn, located on 199 San Ildefonso, Los Alamos, is near Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos Historical Museum, Tsankawi, and Black Hole.
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