Regal Motel

Address: 1809 N Grand Ave, Las Vegas, New Mexico, 87701-4730, United States | Motel
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          Folk art and then the other Las Vegas

          A travel blog entry by johntrip2015 on Sep 25, 2015

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          ... So usually I try to push the lens right up against the glass (which if nothing else removes my own reflection from the images) but there is an issue of minimum focal distance (my go-to-walkaround-lens - 24-105mm - has a minimum distance of about 8 inches, so if the object in the glass case is closer to the glass than that, I have to back off and that will inevitably introduce reflections into the image.)

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          A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Sep 19, 2014

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          ... and surrounding neighborhood of Victorian homes testified to a grandeur of the past (Las Vegas was the most important city in New Mexico at the turn of the last century) and the promise of a renewed future. It is home to more than 900 buildings on the National Register of Historic Buildings.

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          Route 66 from Amarillo, TX to Romeroville, NM

          A travel blog entry by snicoll on Jun 03, 2014

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          ... an art installation first created in the 1970s before being moved to its present location in 1997. It features ten cars planted nose first in the ground. It is a constantly changing artwork as the cars are covered in graffiti put there by visitors. It was there that I first encountered a group of vintage cars that were making the journey west. Through Bushland, Wildorado and Vega the landscape is flat and full of farming with little ...

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          ... was still owned by the boy scouts. Along the way is the Kit Carson Museum at Rayado – a ranch that Kit Carson owned and lived on to be near his best friend. This ranch is on the Philmont property and the boy scouts provide the tours and help to preserve it.

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