Inn at the Delta

243 N. Paseo De Onate NW, Espanola, New Mexico, 87532, United States | 3 star inn
Prices starting from $122.00
 

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Of Trains and Trails.

A travel blog entry by mrlocation

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... so 'New Mexican' here too.

We entered Santa Fe on the tarmacced overlay of the Pecos Trail, which then joined the Santa Fe Trail coming in from the right. Santa Fe was big and Santa Fe was a tourist destination. Bigger than the smaller and well preserved origins of the Taos Pueblo to the north, it still had the same style of box-shaped adobe buildings made from whole tree trucks and the baked orange mud of the area. This was Mexican style in the USA and the locals were making ...

Much History in a Concentrated Area!

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads

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... to Santa Fe, NM. Many of the deep wagon ruts are still visible and highlighted with markers for easy identification. When the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad was built along much of the Trail, the Fort was abandoned. Concerned citizens halted the destruction of the fort and worked tirelessly to preserve the ruins. Fort Union was one of the most-photographed of U.S. forts, allowing for original photos to be displayed throughout the grounds; ...

Florida for Old Hippies

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500

... They just turned away. Yvette said something to them, and they finally turned around and said "we're parking here."

But you don't have a car. . . I briefly considered what to do and then decided to drive off, not feeling like I wanted to get into a confrontation. But I should have, damn it. I feel like I besmirched my own MA tags by not getting into a fight over that parking spot.

Later that night we went to dinner ...

The Southwest - Last Day In Santa FE

A travel blog entry by drudell

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... We stopped at one called the 'Echo Amphitheatre' in Carson National Forest, New Mexico. It really did echo, as we stood there like a couple kids (or as our kids would say, like a couple of morons!) talking AND YELLING AND YODELLING.
I wasn't looking forward to driving into another big city, as we'd managed to avoid that pleasure the last few days, but I worried needlessly. Santa Fe a smaller place than I thought, it turns out it's about 70,000 population and ...

Summoning Summer - Let's Celebrate Solstice!

A travel blog entry by kristenuj

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... in and soak our weary bones. A heavenly hammock had us snoozin in bliss by day's end. What a wonderful afternoon to further bond our new friendships and reward ourselves from 10 days of hard work.


The next 9 days consisted of lots o' lectures where one could choose to learn about a ton of topics ranging from broad-based, general info (good for newbies like us), all the way into the minutia of kundalini yoga and also some lecture ...

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This 3 star inn, located on 243 N. Paseo De Onate NW, Espanola, is near Kania-Ferrin Gallery and Tesuque Peak Trail.
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