Inn at the Delta

Address: 243 N. Paseo De Onate NW, Espanola, New Mexico, 87532, United States | 3 star inn
 
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Location

This 3 star inn, located on 243 N. Paseo De Onate NW, Espanola, is near Tesuque Peak Trail and Kania-Ferrin Gallery.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Espanola

16. Del Norte to Abiquiu (5 days, 193 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Oct 05, 2014

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... New Mexico was just over a mile and a half away. As soon as we crossed the border it would be warm, flat, cacti filled desert. Only it wasn't. In fact, is New Mexico actually Canada in disguise? Neither of us can remember a day like today since Canada: the sort of day when you finish relieved that neither you nor your bike has been physically snapped in half. As soon as we crossed into New Mexico, we began a steep, rocky, 11 mile ascent up to the Cruces Basin Wilderness and ...

FLAT tire 7 miles in on Dirt road

A travel blog entry by leela.devere on Jun 27, 2014

... succeeded. Those tire places and their power tools!, curse them! She got the spare tire on....lowered the car....and....the spare was flat. :-( Uh Ohhhhhh. Back to the drawing board...we realized that there was a a put in place for the rafters about a mile back and thought perhaps SOMEONE might be there still be around with a compressor. Man, that was a HOT and dusty ...

Day 8: Albuquerque to Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by sarahholiday on Jul 06, 2013

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Set off from our motel in Albuquerque heading to Santa Fe. Made a quick stop to see Twisters, a chicken fast food place that featured in Breaking Bad as Los Pollos Harmanas! Almost expected to see Walter White come strolling out. Got to Santa Fe early afternoon. Left our car at the inn we are staying at and headed to the historic centre of the town. Santa Fe has a really unique vibe about it...very ...

Taos Pueblo

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Apr 14, 2013

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... Jesus has a subordinate position, off to the side. The walls are painted with corn and other food stuffs, which is there to help the people remember their long traditions. All the statues of saints (except Jesus) were dressed in green, representing spring. The clothes are apparently changed every season (pink, gold, white). The church, like the rest of the pueblo, is lit by gas lamps. We lit a candle for a friend, who recently lost her father and a nephew within a few days.
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A Day Off - Madrid and Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Sep 23, 2012

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... quite happy to be making our way back to Santa Fe. Santa Fe The old town is a tourist magnet, with endless gift shops selling native American jewellery and leather goods. We stopped a couple of times for refreshment as the heat of the day was oppressive. Whilst we spent a good few hours wandering around the shops, it felt rather as though the town had abandoned it's historic significance in favour of outright ...