Casa Escondida Bed & Breakfast
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... of Assissi Basilica Cathedral, Palace of Governors, Georgia O’Keefe Museum Research centre with its 150yr old apple tree (still producing fruit) and the 200yr old Cottonwood Tree outside the garden, ending up at a gastropub to sample a brew or two!
Taking advantage of having the hire car we decided to tour the scenic area north and west of the city. Starting out driving to White Rock lookout, a spectacular viewpoint overlooking the Rio Grande, we ...
... the road. We then continued to Santa Fe. It is a really lovely quaint city. It is the country's oldest capital at 405 years old with the highest elevation at 7,000 feet. Native Americans still sell their wares in the square as they have done for hundreds of years. It has been voted the number one small city in the United States . We have decided to stay here two nights ...
When Mark asked for some ideas as to what we would enjoy doing while visiting I said that I would like to eat somewhere with authentic Mexican food. We were delighted with their suggestion of a Hacienda restaurant with a rich and long history (dating back to the late 1600s). The atmosphere and food were a perfect Mexican/New ...
The morning started as has been usual this week, Craig up and showered and brought me a coffee. Then I got up showered and had breakfast.
A plan was hatched for us all to go to a huge hardware store - Lowes - which is down the hill in Espanola. The place was a bit like a Bunnings and a Masters joined together - and really big. Reid and Christy wanted to buy materials to build a shed to store all the bikes so Reid rounded up the gear and Christy went ...
... brewed on site and wood fired pizza for next to nothing. Day 51. Saturday 4th October. Del Norte to Stunner Campground. We set an early alarm this morning as we had a mammoth climb to tackle. From Del Norte to Indiana Pass was a 23 mile, 4,036 foot ascent up to the highest point on the Divide route - and by far the highest we've been on a bike - at 11,910 feet. The first twelve miles were easy: a gentle incline on pavement. The next six were cruel. As the road turned to ...