Narrow Gauge Railroad Inn

Address: 5200 State Hwy. 285, Antonito, Colorado, 81120, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 5200 State Hwy. 285, Antonito, is near Cumbres Pass.
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    Travel Blogs from Antonito

    From Desert to Farmland

    A travel blog entry by alizaf on Aug 07, 2014

    41 photos

    ... 8217;s cow was the only one of a different color (white and speckly) – and he took fourth place out of four for the second year in a row.

    Upon returning home Alex and I were surprised by the opportunity to help Elena’s parents’ bale hay! That involved driving an old, hot, jerky tractor back and forth along the field across from their house. They had grown alfalfa on that field, mixed with oats for natural weed suppression qualities. They ...

    USA Part 3 - The Adventures of Bruce Begin

    A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jun 09, 2014

    1 comment, 62 photos

    ... to its main square.

    Along the highways we would pass some pretty abstract names for towns. This one took the cake. Truth or Consequences. Could you imagine telling someone you are from Truth or Consequences? If the States need more ideas for town names they can take their pick from the following; Bond - James Bond, Convert to Metric or Land ...

    Chasing the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railway

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jul 26, 2012

    21 photos

    ... over me, and that's saying something considering the highway I was on today topped out at over 10,000 feet above sea level.

    About half way through the drive to Antonito, the end ...

    Night 25: North Mexico

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 14, 2012

    11 photos

    ... kept her from having to carry the "nut bucket" [sic] while ranchhands carried out castrations. Every once in a while we passed tiny strips that are part of Tewa reservation lands.  Passing the Colorado border is meaningless. It is simply a continuation of New Mexico's Rio Grande Valley here. The towns have Spanish names. The people have Spanish names. Buildings are fashioned with adobe and faux adobe The best New Mexican Colorado town is San Luis, named after ...

    You call that a knife? this is a knife

    A travel blog entry by garethlaura on Apr 27, 2012

    5 photos

    ... outside to all the other large ponds which held about 150 more, the majority being rescue gators that previous owners had gotten scared of after they realised gators dont make good pets, funny that! In fact most of the animals here have been rescued, we saw emus and an ostrich, a peacock and some rabbits and ducks. The ostrich was a mean looking so and so, its just a shame that his holding cell was quite small and it would never get to run. We even saw some sort of documentry ...