Super 8 Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... by. They are famous for their intricate leather braiding; dad makes beautiful braided belts, not the usual you’d see in Mexico, but multi-strands woven so tightly and expertly, you cannot see how it is done; mom makes braided leather “ropes” you would use for bolo ties, etc; grown daughter sells and is learning the braiding techniques from her folks. Their work is very high quality. They import and sell other really ...
We've been in northern New Mexico in a little nuts-n-berries place called Taos where we have spent five nights over Christmas, and what a lovely one it was!
We were staying at a wonderful place called Casa Gallina where there are a number of small homes or "casitas" on a semi-rural property - the highlight of which are the 30 chooks "the girls" and the rooster "Big Daddy"! They have provided much entertainment to small and big kids alike and as soon as we ...
Entry by Matt:
The ability to transform reality, using the nexus of imagination, is a rare trait only held by the most empowered humans. Mike Reynolds does this as well as anyone, because he is able to turn garbage into life supporting luxury! Jason Silva once said that technology is decreasing the lag time between thoughts spawning in our imagination's, and their manifestation in reality. Today I was able to witness this phenomenon ...
Sunday, Monday – June 1 & 3
We left Bandelier National Monument and drove some of the switchbacks to head north to Taos. The drive to Taos is stunning and I can only imagine what the views are like when snow is on the ground. The Rio Grande flows south along the highway, while the Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise up to the northeast.
The Apaches and Navajos settled here over a thousand years ago. There is also ...
I really believe you haven’t been to New Mexico until you’ve
seen Taos Pueblo, a place I find completely fascinating. I visited once before
with my parents on a trip from Colorado to New Mexico in 1999 but was eager to
see it again on this trip. The gist is that Taos Pueblo is believed to be the
oldest continuously inhabited place in the United States, a village at the edge