Western Holiday Motel

Address: 1215 S Riverside Dr, Espanola, New Mexico, 87532, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 1215 S Riverside Dr, Espanola, is near Tesuque Peak Trail and Kania-Ferrin Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Espanola

16. Del Norte to Abiquiu (5 days, 193 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Oct 05, 2014

62 photos

... high climbs; but today was absorbing riding from start to finish, and the hours rushed by (unlike the miles). Nobody could accuse New Mexico riding of being boring, or easy, or fast. We wanted to knock off 51 miles today, but we called it quits after just 32, finishing before 16:00 so we could have a wash, a tea and an afternoon nap in the tent after the day's exertions. It's obviously a good spot as the cows have tried to invade! There were some great views ...

Day 98 – Friday, July 05, 2013

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Jul 05, 2013

13 photos

We started late today to go in to Santa Fe to browse shops. We ate lunch at the Plaza and had New Mexican food for the last time. Barbara had a calarenrito burrito which was filled with squash, corn and red and green peppers. Jim had carna assida tacos. He ate the red sauce, Barbara ate the green. We found it's not so very hot in small amounts.

Part of our time window shopping was spent ...

Taos Pueblo

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Apr 14, 2013

6 photos

... beliefs. From the church, we visited the site of the original St. Geronimo's church, which was destroyed during the Pueblo revolt of 1680, then rebuilt, then destroyed again during the Mexican-US war by US troops. The names on the crosses in the cemetery are mostly Spanish, but our guide said that they use their traditional names within the pueblo but are given Spanish (or other European) names for legal purposes, which apparently includes burial. (Tiwa is not written or ...

The Santa Fe Trail

A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Sep 22, 2012

4 photos

... visiting deserted Glen Rio first. Only one person still lives in this ghost town, but it seemed to have a fair few tourists. The dirt track leading into New Mexico was beyond the capability of the Harley so we took the interstate across the border and rejoined 66 a bit later. Tucumcari came and went. We had lunch at the Route 66 Diner in Santa Rosa. Here our journey would turn north to Santa Fe as we were following the pre-1937 route. We ...

June 29, 2012

A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jun 29, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... was constructed in a circular fashion rather
than the traditional rectangular form.
Over a million years ago a volcanic eruption spread ash over a large
area hundreds of feet thick, erosion cut into the soft rock and over the years
created the sheer-walled canyons and mesa landscape we see today.
High into the canyon walls a prehistoric civilization enlarged natural holes in the soft rock to
create cliff dwellings. It is believed ...