Taos Lodging Vacation Properties
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The State Capital: Santa Fe
Important Cities: Albuquerque and Santa Fe
Statehood: January 6, 1912
State motto: Crescit eundo-It grows as it goes
State Flower: Yucca Flower
State Bird: Roadrunner
Five other significant Features: Valley of Fires State Recreation Area, Zuni Salt Lake Crater, Elephant Buttle Lake, Conchas Lake, and University of New Mexico
Current Population: 2,085,287
Square Miles: 121,593
- Arrived In New ...
... All the buildings are the same brown adobe. Really tidy and organized looking – very much like Taos, but on a larger scale. Santa Fe is filled with art galleries and museums, and shopping; lots of it. We enjoyed an early dinner and drink, and headed home at the same time as all the speed-crazy drivers.
That’s all for now – making plans for tomorrow’s ...
- Left early this morning at eight
- Arrived at Carson National Forest around ten thirty.
- Grabbed gas for $23.78
- Also had five sandwhiches for $16.25 and a water for a dollar.
- Had a light picnic and than was back on the road towards Colorado Springs
... of the day. When the lessons finished at 2.30pm they were allowed until 4pm with "free time" on the mountain and Anna skied a green run (intermediate) with the Texan family so she ended her day on a high (pun intended) - Taos valley sits at 9,500 feet so she was probably skiing at around 10,000+ feet! A hot bubble bath and open fire ended the day perfectly before we set off for yet another road-trip up to Denver for our onward flight to Washington DC!
Our drive day ...
... it picked up from there. Stopped to see the Aztec Ruins, pretty cool if you love history or or curious about some of your ancestors, or just like to see how people lived 5 or 6 centuries ago. From there blew up the mountains to 13, 600 ft over this pass, and wound our way down to Taos - but on the way, check out this killer bridge. You get a little squeamish looking over the edge. Bought some Indian artifacts. Anyway, there you go.