Days Inn And Suites Trinidad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Trinidad
... to be afraid of people. Jonathan and I went for a walk along the cliff above the lake - it disappeared at times and was very steep - a bit dangerous really we thought. We took our time and were careful - the view was nice and then we came to the end and saw the "Trail Closed" sign. That would explain a lot! Also saw an archeological site that has old stone rings that they think marked the Santa Fe Trail way back before it even existed as travelers camped ...
We had a plan for today, and we pretty much completed it with little variation. The main event was Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado. We left the hotel at 8 AM and 50 degrees (which got as high as 88 before the day was over) and under mostly cloudy skies, and set out toward the east. The drive took us through rolling hills of green pastures with grazing cows and horses (still trying to figure out why they never intermingle the two) and ...
... and Rita Blanca Grasslands (these grasslands are all over the place, not just one block area). The Tourist Information at Clayton were helpful, but she thought some other government agency place [US Forest Services Ranger Station - thank you Bryan and google] might be able to help me more with my specific query (someone's blog I'd read). And they were/he was! He agreed, that with our car, McNee's Crossing was probably be best to see the Santa Fe ...
... out of the 6 choices of octanes at the gas stations? Or perhaps by counting the number of oil derricks you pass in one mile? Many years later we arrived in NM, which was a great change of scenery as you immediately start seeing mountains in the distance and start ascending. This is where the temps started dropping and wind really picked up. Arriving in Raton, NM we easily found our hotel I ...
... a fairly early start. A couple of hours of Great Plains then the terrain changed instantly to hilly scrubland in New Mexico. Un-populated and not agricultural in any way. This is how it has been for millions of years without man trying to tame it.
We had an easy off road route planned and an option of a more challenging one. We went for the *********e but within about 10 miles we had lost the trail and were circling around as the heat began to rise. ...