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Old Mesilla Village

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CynRe wrote a review Nov 2020
Eureka Springs, Arkansas45 contributions9 helpful votes
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I loved my dining experience at La Posta! It was all decorated for Day of the Dead, but I think it must always be a "trip" to see their decor! There are tropical birds making lots of jungle noise, high ceilings loaded with memorabilia and art and glittering festive lights. The ladies room is like 1930's Hollywood. I also had so much fun wandering around the historic plaza and side streets, taking photos of the rustic beauty. Shopping was excellent. There was plenty of original and unique stuff. I found a couple of art galleries open, and the local art was very high quality with reasonable prices. I also ate at Don Felix cafe, and enjoyed everything so much! My favorite was the Cocoa Flan dessert! They have a wonderful courtyard for outdoor dining and they played current popular Mexican music that was really good!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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JLars34 wrote a review Nov 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada451 contributions53 helpful votes
Friends took us out to Old Mesilla from El Paso. Took about 45 min on a back road which was great. Lots of history here. Fun shops and history. Quite the art town as well. Well worth the stop.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Sharly V wrote a review Oct 2020
East Dundee, Illinois3 contributions1 helpful vote
Every year my fiance' and I make it a point to stop at the Old Mesilla Villiage. It's atmosphere is that of quaint, cozy and you feel as if you've been here all of your life. It's small, but there are so many great shops to browse, nice people all around and the fudge/brownie shop is a must. Just sitting on a bench in the town square watching the people and activity is enjoyment enough.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Deanna G wrote a review Jul 2020
Calistoga, California3 contributions
Beautiful old church, plenty of benches to sit in square and shops to browse. Choice of restaurants by the square or on Avenida de Mesilla.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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SWVA_Traveler wrote a review Jul 2020
Blacksburg, Virginia200 contributions40 helpful votes
This is a historic place with some attractive establishments (shopping, food, spa), and some original buildings from past centuries. I enjoyed the visit and a stroll by the canal to a local pecan grove.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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