Super 8 Motel

2029 N Grand Avenue, Las Vegas, New Mexico, 87701, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 2029 N Grand Avenue, Las Vegas, is near Victory Ranch, Theodore Roosevelt Rough Riders Memorial and City Museum, and Cleveland Roller Mill.
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    Lake Thunderbird and onto Villanueva, NM

    A travel blog entry by leela.devere on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... and instead left with two bags of soup, one banana (which Leela later stuffed into a gopher? rattlesnake? Hole), one avocado and one burrito. The avocado and the burrito were the best I've ever tasted (that I can remember!) and now on our way to Santa Fe, we stopped at a diner off 25' the best quiche I've ever tasted! What is it New Mexico?! Why is your food so good? Would it be because it comes from the earth? Day four on the road and I already feel my stomach and soul being ...

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    Cimarron/Philmont Boy Scout Camp/Fort Union NM

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Jun 05, 2013

    35 photos

    ... not afford to come to camp here.

    While we were on tour coming out to the pool and gardens, there was a doe who had broken her leg sitting behind a tree right next to the house. We had to walk around the doe so that we did not disturb her. Sad!

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    The Indians Lose Again

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 03, 2012

    27 photos

    ... finished at the Pueblo, we went down to the auxiliary part of the park, where a trail commemorating the Civil War Battle of Glorieta is available to visitors who ask. The unit is behind a locked gate, so you have to get the secret code. This was the last Civil War site preserved in the National Park system that Tim and I have not seen, so naturally, this was a must-do. There isn't all that much to see; the whole area has grown up in woods since ...

    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 ...