Regal Motel

Address: 1809 North Grand Ave, Las Vegas, New Mexico, 87701, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 1809 North Grand Ave, Las Vegas.
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    ... 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 ...