Taos, New Mexico

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Still home to one of the longest-established Native American populations in the US, though transformed by becoming first a Spanish colonial outpost, and more recently a hangout for bohemian artists and New Age dropouts, Taos (which rhymes with "mouse") has become famous out of all proportion to its size. Just seven thousand people live in its three component parts: Taos itself, around the plaza; sprawling Ranchos de Taos, three miles to the south; and the Native American community of Taos Pueblo, two miles north. Beyond the usual unsightly highway sprawl, Taos is a delight to visit. Besides museums, …
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Salsa del Salto

This is the absolute best bed and breakfast we have ever visited, anywhere. The hosts, Jim & Pam, were incredibly nice, helpful and accomodating. The food was as good as it gets...we ...

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Pueblo de Taos

Situated in the valley of a small tributary of the Rio Grande, this adobe settlement -- consisting of dwellings and ceremonial buildings -- represents the culture of the ...

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Taos Diner

The Taos Diner and the Taos Diner II is dedicated to providing all of our customers with a fun, relaxed environment and amazing food. Join us for our homemade Huevos Rancheros, a vegan tofu scramble, or a good old fashioned half pound hamburger (made even better with locally raised, grassfed beef). Come on in - we can't wait to feed you!