Largo Motel and Cafe

Address: Highway 60, Quemado, New Mexico, 87829, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on Highway 60, Quemado, is near National Radio Astronomy Observatory.
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        • Restaurant


        • Non-smoking hotel
        • Reduced mobility rooms
        • Non-smoking rooms
        • Breakfast Available
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Air-Conditioning
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed

        TripAdvisor Reviews Largo Motel and Cafe Quemado

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        Travel Blogs from Quemado

        It's an Array, and it's Very Large

        A travel blog entry by johntrip2015 on Sep 23, 2015

        14 photos

        When I was a kid (say from 11 to 16) I was space mad - I built and launched rockets***, I pestered NASA and they would send me stuff at no cost to me - once they sent me a maintenance manual (a giant thick hugely technical real manual) for the Saturn V rocket. I also received autographed mission photos for several Apollo missons. I built a huge Saturn V rocket model that was taller than me at the time, along with models of Gemini and ...

        Camp for the night

        A travel blog entry by mazoocat on Jun 12, 2015

        1 photo

        Middle of nowhere...pretty spooky no ranger, no campground host, no information or directions posted except don't shoot your guns and keep your dog on a leash. So we stayed couldn't figure out where or pay or how much so Grady asked another camper and they said they thought it was free. The camp was called water canyon and was next to an observatory. No complaints they had clean bathrooms and everything worked out ...

        The Very Large Array

        A travel blog entry by the_quinlans on Jun 04, 2015

        18 photos

        ... the array but after visiting, we learned that even cellphones aren't allowed to transmit around the dishes. My hexacopter transmitter is similar to a cellphone signal.

        I flew it later in Arizona in a rest area that overlooked a deep valley. It gave me a chance to discharge the battery I hadn't used yet. The batteries shouldn't be left for prolonged periods with a full charge.

        Lightning Field or Little House on the Prairie

        A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 21, 2012

        1 comment, 34 photos

        ... br> We arrived late afternoon and went for a wander around the field. At that point in the day, the sun is so high and the light so strong, that it can be hard to even see the poles, but as dusk set in the clouds also began to roll in. At first, the storms we could see were way out on the horizon and we watched lightning strike distant fields and mountains. Right around sunset, we went out into the field to explore. I found an antelope ...

        Someone is listening...

        A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 21, 2012

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... on the valley below us, was the Very Large Array.

        You know the Very Large Array—you've seen the pictures and movies where those huge satellite dishes are all lined up, 20 miles or so long on the desert, pointing to the sky, listening and looking for things like big radio astronomy telescopes do. Well, we found them. And while we had limited time, we paid them a visit.

        It turns out for some government ...