Inger Jirby's Guest Houses

207 Ledoux St., Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States | 2 star ranch
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This 2 star ranch, located on 207 Ledoux St., Taos, is near High Road to Taos, Taos Plaza, Twirl Toystore and Kidspace, and Harwood Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Taos

    Bandelier National Monument and Los Alamos

    A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 11, 2014

    10 photos

    ... here is uneven but well-intentioned. I didn’t tell you, but the day we checked in, we checked the room over well as the Tripadvisor comments were really varied. It did seem okay, not new by any means and some dirty windows/space heaters, but they are likely 50 years old, so we decided the price was worth overlooking a bit of grime. On closer examination however we found our sheets did not appear to have been changed since the last ...

    Hanging Out in Taos.

    A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 10, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the Taos Pueblo perform some traditional social dance and drumming, they had fantastic costumes and have performed as far away as Japan. We capped off our evening with beer and a snack at the Taos Ale House located a paltry 200 meters from our lodgings! They had a very unusual but entertaining band performing while we were there; they were kind of like Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks with additional wacky percussion and a saw player thrown in for good measure!

    Good ...

    Rio Grande and Earthships

    A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 30, 2014

    14 photos

    ... large bridge that spans the Rio Grande. We thought we were driving in the wrong direction because we couldn't see anything, and then bam, we were crossing the bridge which spans a deep gorge. On the other side of the bridge both sides of the road are full of craft stallholders selling jewellery and other wares. We went around them up to the visitor centre to take some photos and then came back around so we could walk to the centre of the bridge. It was amazing to see ...

    Desert to Oasis

    A travel blog entry by titainteric on Nov 10, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... astounding! A very clever strategy he uses to keep his plants alive in the -30C winter of the Austrian Alps, is to line the bottom of the ponds with rocks, which act as thermal mass. The rocks will store heat, which keeps the water temperature warmer. The warmer water can give life to more fish, whose movement in the water, keeps the pond's surface from freezing. Since the pond does not freeze, more pond water can seep into ...

    85. The New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on May 08, 2013

    32 photos

    ... art galleries, with something for even the most disinterested. We discovered some beautiful paintings, with my personal favourite being the New Mexico inspired watercolours by William Haskell, and Blair liking Billy Schenck - a cowboy who studied under Andy Warhol.

    Native Americans lined their mats with handmade turquoise jewellery outside the Plaza, and it was all beautiful stuff, if a little pricey. ...