Del Prado Motel

6380 N. Highway 44, Cuba, New Mexico, 87013, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 6380 N. Highway 44, Cuba.
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    Travel Blogs from Cuba

    WildEarth Guardians River Restoration

    A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on May 04, 2013

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    ... The rest of the work crew arrived and we went down to plant the trees. The leader of the tree planters, Doug, gave us our instructions on how to properly plant the willows we were putting in. This much I can tell involves a lot of tamping down of the dirt you are putting back in the ground. Fortunately for us the holes were already dug and we were just filling them back up. This was ...

    Oh, we have 12 vacancies. 12 cabins, 12 vacancies.

    A travel blog entry by heathersholiday on Nov 05, 2010

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    ... Everything seemed on the up and up on this last motel and it looked bright and OK.

    The guy at the office was really nice he said that they had no singles left, and I really didn't care that there would be an extra bed in the room. More space for me to put things down. He said it would cost a little more money, but still was less than I have been paying on average and I said that was fine. He even showed me to my ...

    I went to Cuba maybe eight or nine times.

    A travel blog entry by heathersholiday on Nov 04, 2010

    7 photos

    ... around for miles and miles and miles. I passed up a chance to find a place in Farmington, so the next place down the road wasn't for another 50 or so miles. It is a little town called Cuba. On the way there the sun was down and part of the road was going strait down, like roller coaster strait down. Strait down for miles, at least 5-10 miles. With very few cars on the road and going almost 80, it ...

    Day 2: At sea

    A travel blog entry by racinghippo on Mar 02, 2009

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... idea what caused it; perhaps the rough seas exacerbated the top-half-trouble, but the bottom-half was unrelated and unusual for me. Helen and Margaret kept Xander entertained, though. I've no idea what they got up to all day, but at one point he came back to the room with this on his arm: I took him for a short while so that H could have a facial at the spa, and finished ...

    Taos Pueblo

    A travel blog entry by krb2g on Jan 02, 2007

    ... mandate that all the tribes be solely Catholic and bury their dead in coffins (which they are opposed to doing and which they no longer do). The entire adobe church has two bell towers and is enclosed by a high fence. Next, we stopped at the ruins of an older church surrounded by the graveyard. Taos Pueblo tribal members may only enter the graveyard on All Soul's Day, to bury a tribal member, or on the year anniversary of a death to erect a cross. The site ...

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