El Pueblo Lodge
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Pueblo Lodge Taos
Good clean and Nice People
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... and straw to the existing structures, as they do every fall. The "plaster" on the buildings is the same mixture (but I think they omit the straw). Consequently, it was very dusty, perhaps more so than usual, I don’t know. There is no pavement anywhere – all dirt. Some tribal members live here year round without electricity or running water, etc., in the ways of their ancestors. Others moved out into modern homes in the community ...
... us for dinner.
They have been moving around quite a bit and we sort of chased each other around the southwest until they were able to catch up to us. It was a very joyful reunion, and we got to celebrate Magda who has worked incredibly hard to earn a residency at a hospital in Albuquerque. Yay Magda!
Thank you again Lisa, Aaron and Matteo for making our stay so comfortable, enjoyable, fun, and relaxing. We are grateful to ...
... in complete disbelief. The only way to get a full persective of how large the gorge is is to be inside of it. The full moon also made the situation seem surreal, I felt like I had to continually remind myself I was not dreaming. The hotspring was so refreshing after working hard all day. I jumped into the river next to the hotspring which was frigid cold which was a crazy experience. I immediately yelped and ran back to the hotspring. On ...
... more like Colorado (which is not surprising since it borders Colorado to the north). Lush willow and pine forests, beautiful fall colours, and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains as we approached Taos.
So tomorrow we will explore Taos, New Mexico, then on Thursday we will point north and head up thru Colorado.
Roger & Anna
“A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on ...