El Pueblo Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Pueblo Lodge Taos
Good clean and Nice People
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... 58). We ended the evening with a drink at the bar - a lovely day.
The hotel provides a free breakfast buffet - a good selection of fresh, quality items and the staff working the room were so friendly. Another longer walk around the property (there are at least six different buildings on the property, each with landscaped areas) and we were on our ...
... Mexican/New Mexican food. The only question they ask is red or green (chilies). It was a a cute little place too. I tell you that there are a ton of restaurants here. Good ones too. Lots of shopping and lots of outdoor stuff to do. I highly recommend it. The skiing is supposed to be great too. We ended the night with a special treat. We pulled some strings and had the city of Taos put on a fireworks show for Matthew's birthday which is tomorrow. They did a fantastic job. ...
Today we poked around Taos in the morning at a few shops. At least we poked into the ones that were open before 11:00 a.m. Lots of the shops are later risers than we are – got going early again today 9:45. Ha ha! The farmer's market was in the town square. I would say there were about the same number of farmers with veggies, flowers, plants, etc. as the Moss St. Market back home. Plus, a few selling different baked goods, ...
... a 10m ladder, crawling through a 4m-long tunnel, and climbing up a 20m open rock face with two 3m ladders to exit the site. It was great fun and perfectly safe !
We reached the pretty and historic town of Durango the same evening.The town was founded after gold was discovered high up in the mountains.
The narrow gauge Durango - Silverton steam train was built in 1882 and ...
... High Road" to Taos – or the back roads through small towns with a ton of art galleries. I think every other house on this road was an art gallery. How do they make enough money? I did not see the crowds knocking down any doors. A gallery was lucky if they had one car in front. Since Pooh is not that into art we did not stop at any. I figured if I wanted to see some art, I’d check out the galleries in Taos or Santa Fe. I’m sure there were some finds out here but ...