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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 ...
... 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 ...
- 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
... for a 7.10am flight to DC :-((( - we all tried for the stiff upper lip but everyone was a little frayed and grumpy (no names, Mathew, no names) - anyway, all is now good - we've landed in our FABULOUS row house in Foggy Bottom, DC (cool name huh, I just had to stay in Foggy Bottom once I found it)! About six blocks from the National Mall and White House and a very Balmain-esque row house - tres cool! If only our real life was as cool as our pretend life on holiday - ha ...
... upon these ideas and drove from Chinle to Taos in one day. Since the Forest Service campgrounds were all closed, we treated ourselves to two nights at a delightful B&B, Casa Benavides, in the town of Taos.
Taos Pueblo, northeast of the town, is considered to be the oldest continuously inhabited community in the United States.Unlike the dwellings at Mesa Verde, which were built with cut stone, the Taos Pueblo is built with ...