Super 8 Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
A bit further south, in New Mexico, National Parks presents Fort Union, without which the Santa Fe Trail and the settlement of New Mexico and the protection of the Californian goldfields could not have been achieved. Fort Union became obsolete in the late nineteenth century with the advent of the railway and was ... abandoned. What remains today are its foundations, a few fireplaces and sections of wall. What a missed opportunity! A sturdily built fort of ...
... Philmont which was the vacation home.
We had a private tour because right now they only have two a day but in a few weeks there will be 17 tours a day. It is amazing. The home has been preserved much as it was in the days the family enjoyed the ranch. It is designed with an Italian influence and the style and furnishings are beautiful.
Waite Phillips history is fascinating and the name of the camp is Phil after his name, and ...
... 1838, in one form or another, many of them detrimental to the Indians' way of life. Indians inhabited the area for thousands of years before several groups of Pueblo Indians banded together to build the Pueblo, about the time that agriculture began to stabilize populations in one place. A society of approximately 2,000 lived together peacefully, worshiping in their own way for another 150 years until the Spanish came and colonized them. Until ...
... 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 ...