Super 8 Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Motel Taos
Travel Blogs from Taos
... group of antelope and community of prairie dogs before heading on.
The drive to Taos, both on highways and through national forest areas. was beautiful and traffic was overall so light that we could really enjoy the views. Some rain kept us from getting out much but wasn't a real problem. other than we didn't get to stop and have the ...
... years old. During our visit, we saw adults busily sprucing up their adobe walls and hornos (outdoor ovens) in preparation for their most sacred celebration honoring San Geronimo.
We strolled the village , ducking through short openings to visit the few open stores where we browsed jewelry, small pottery and plates of fry bread. We noticed many modern conveniences during our visit: late model cars, children's tricycles, and cell phones. Our efforts to ...
... cliffs are all sedimentary rock that falls off in sandy bits when touched. The altitude got to me – about 6700 feet elevation - and I was having trouble getting enough oxygen. So happy we took the trail “down” from the parking lot instead of “up”. Oh, we caught the free shuttle back to our car, so missed having to climb back up – that would be a killer hike up! We got a little shower from a passing black cloud ...
Entry by Matt:
It is hard for me to grasp that this is our last day at the HIVE. I feel very grounded here but everything still has the feeling of novelty. I belong here, the Earthship community feels like home.
Yesterday we helped work on a rebar dome at the Brewery and received our certificates for completing the internship. The dome will be used as an outdoor stage at the Brewery. It has all the largest mountains as a backdrop which will create an amazing atmosphere for a ...
... the chest, and the head), and they strongly believe in this deity as simply sleeping, to rise again some day and fight for the lands lost by their nation. Good luck with that. As we crossed into New Mexico, we encountered miles of industrial properties, derelict buildings, tourist traps etc. Mile after mile. What does it tell you if there are 967 or so Pawn shops PER MILE, followed closely by pay-day loan hovels. Cheeez.