Regal Motel

Address: 1809 North Grand Ave, Las Vegas, New Mexico, 87701, United States | Motel
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    Small Towns in the Land of Enchantment

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Sep 19, 2014

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... a fertile agricultural plain. The road zigzags at right angles, following the original property lines that divided western land grants into 160-acre or larger plots. It was easy to imagine the original frontier settlers establishing their homesteads in this new frontier.

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    Route 66 from Amarillo, TX to Romeroville, NM

    A travel blog entry by snicoll on Jun 03, 2014

    10 photos

    ... Route 66 itself. This was highlighted by Landergin which has nothing left but derelict buildings. I then rolled into Adrian which is billed as the midway point of Route 66 and has two markers to prove it. It is obligatory to take your picture there so I followed protocol. After Adrian there is no choice but to take the interstate all the way to the New Mexico border where I took exit 0 in Texas to see the remains of Glenrio which did ...

    Th Coyote Stole my Sour Dough Bread

    A travel blog entry by mr.henry on Oct 29, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... importance in the development of the USA lies irrecoverably in ruins less than two centuries after it was built. Two millenia you could understand, but two centuries is careless.

    Yes, the tourism industry in the USA is desperate for intact historical buildings, not just a hill with a little plaque that says that so-and-so fought so-and-so here 150 years ago; not poncy neo-classical statues, but real tangible, weathered, intact buildings that bring the past ...

    Cimarron/Philmont Boy Scout Camp/Fort Union NM

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Jun 05, 2013

    35 photos

    ... Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill Cody. There is a walking tour of the town but most sites we were able to drive by when we drove down route 21.

    We headed down scenic byway 21 right pass the Philmont Boy Scout Camp. This is an amazing stop and we spent a lot of time here. I really did not know much about this Camp but it is amazing. First we drove by a ranch with horses, cattle and antelope. Tents, buildings and training centers are in this ...

    The Bride Wore Cowboy Boots

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 30, 2012

    37 photos

    ... was the adobe brick version; incarnation 1 was built of wood and sod, and lasted about a year. Incarnation two was a "star" (really 8 points) fort built in anticipation of the Civil War action (but which, as one of its commanders demonstrated) could be easily fired upon by cannon from the too-nearby bluffs. Incarnation 3 was significantly more developed, and larger. There are photos of what the buildings used to look like all decked ...