Gold Pan Motel
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... now full of galleries, shops and restaurants--in other words, everything touristy. We park, stroll, shop & do a little people-watching from a dog-friendly patio! We've developed our own star rating system for restaurants saving the highest fifth star for places that deliver water to the dog before the humans. This patio rates FIVE stars! Our evening back at our Santa Fe casita includes the daily entertainment of thunder, lightning and downpouring of ...
- Left early this morning at eight
- Arrived at Carson National Forest around ten thirty.
- Grabbed gas for $23.78
- Also had five sandwhiches for $16.25 and a water for a dollar.
- Had a light picnic and than was back on the road towards Colorado Springs
... killed during an uprising. We stepped into the house and met George Ortega, the man behind the counter. If you get to Taos you must visit this house and speak with Mr. Ortega. He is a teacher at UNM in history and history is his passion. He will give you a background like no other. We were under his spell listening to his many stories. He is related to Mrs. Bent and comes from family well connected to the Taos area.
The Plaza is the place to have some coffee and kids ...
... hotel is made up of adobe buildings from the 1800’s and I think, but am not sure, that there is a newer wing too. We wanted the old part.
We went to Doc Martins for dinner, the restaurant attached to the hotel. When the waitress came over I asked about gluten in the New Mexican meals and was dismayed to find that everything New Mexican contains flour. I can eat steak at home; I wanted enchiladas or something local. The waitress spoke to ...
... on the book for my parents anniversary. Lunch was humus, crackers, cheese, and salami served on paper plates in a perfect picnic setting, what more can man ask for. We are so blessed.
At the end of the day we had to return the waders and we drove back in to Red River. This was also our first opportunity to get internet access in two days. We had dinner at Red Texas, which is definitely not one of my favorites, ...