Many consider the pueblo a "must see" when in Taos and I suppose I am among them. It is a bit commercial with the shops and vendors and the tour guide seemed as if her delivery might have been a bit scripted and memorized, but I am happy to give a tip to any college student who is doing something productive for the summer. Everything else aside, you cannot help but recognize you are standing in the middle of what they say (and I have no reason to doubt) is the oldest continuously occupied structure in North America. It was very easy for me to look around and envision what it must of been like here in centuries past, before they started selling trinkets to the tourists. The people were uniformly friendly and hospitable. This is the kind of place to bring your kids and let them appreciate how well we all have it today.
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