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Taos Lodging - Not Just a Sleepover But Only 1 Night...

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We'll leave an Albuquerque hotel in the morning and head for Taos, maybe tarry a bit in Santa Fe but should get in early afternoon. Have taken some trips to NM so have identified what we want to see this time, on the way to a week in Durango.

OK.... which hotel in Taos am I thinking of? It's right on the main street and has a cafe with seats for outdoor dining, serves a variety of margaritas - think one is called "Fire on the Mountain."

I'm looking for a 1-night stop in September, just want to spend a little time on the way between Albuquerque and Durango. A few years ago, we spent a couple of nights in a B&B in Taos but really enjoyed the afternoon spent here; maybe a good spot for the night this time.

This is a Saturday night, and so many B&Bs need a 2-night stay on the weekend. Any recommendations welcome - something good for an afternoon and 1-night stay, not a chain hotel, more or less moderately- price ($150ish or less preferred).

Thanks.

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