Travel Blogs from Santa Fe, United States

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Not On The Road To Amarillo, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Not On The Road To Amarillo

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... it hard to get to the campsite with enough time to recuperate for the next leg.  It was a good two hours between arriving in Santa Fe and finally reaching the campsite.  When we got here we had cycled 76 miles and been on the road for 11 hours. ...

Roswell, Kasha Katuwe national monument, santa fe, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Roswell, Kasha Katuwe national monument, santa fe

A travel blog entry by westfalia2012

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... crée ces monuments ressemblant à des tents placés au sommet. La journée se termine par une balade dans le centre-ville de santa fe. Les restaurants, boutiques, maisons et autres sont fait en espèce de terre cuite. Bref, c'est très différent de ce ...

Chips and Salsa, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Chips and Salsa

A travel blog entry by amie1188

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    We were a bit disappointed last night when we believed we were entering Santa Fe. There was nothing around but pure desert. Until we stumbled upon the center of the town. There was a one block radius where everyone seemed to be ...

The Art Scene, Taos, Santa Fe and Albuquerque, United States travel blog

The Art Scene

A travel blog entry by pmsymes

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... be the day many of them choose so we hopped on our bikes and after a few wrong turns and some very curvy roads we arrived in Santa Fe. We enjoyed our afternoon looking at jewelry and rugs and Kwon, we didn't buy a thing so we don't need the trailer yet. ...

Stuck in Santa Fe, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Stuck in Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by hannahmont

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... ; We stayed at the Chapelle Street Casitas/Casa del Toro. We love it here. We highly recommend it to anyone passing through Santa Fe. I'm sitting in the kitchen of our 3 room casita, #317 D. The birds are chirping outside and the snow is melting ...

Santa Fe, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by ellenwillow

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... with not much to see. We arrived about 2.30pm in Santa Fe. After checking in we went for a stroll along the streets. Santa Fe is very unusual because the buildings all look similar like pueblo indian ( rendered brown) . Lots of fabulous shops - mainly ...

Moving North, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Moving North

A travel blog entry by dellek

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... were never built when funding ran out. I thought they had just adopted the pueblo style of architecture that is everywhere else in Santa Fe but then a local filled us in on the real story. There was lots of friendly conversation with the local artists in ...

Cocoa Still Missing, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Cocoa Still Missing

A travel blog entry by colleen.killorn

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Unfortunately I still have to report that Cocoa is still missing. We are all dumbfounded as to how she was able to go missing and where she could have wandered to. Steve spent the afternoon yesterday searching while I was getting my hair done. Then we ...

The Santa Fe Chill, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

The Santa Fe Chill

A travel blog entry by kgkacin

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Morning was in Flagstaff and I made my way down the long road to Santa Fe somewhat cautiously.  I started out with a little bit of snow and ice and then it went to a little ice and then no snow or ice at all, very dry actually and then back to some ...

Albuquerque / Santa Fe, NM, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Albuquerque / Santa Fe, NM

A travel blog entry by csimpson

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... stretch of incredible contemporary art galleries and studios. En route back to our hotel, the driver takes us on a roundabout tour of Santa Fe's residential areas, and we're at the hotel just long enough to catch a nap before dinner. Dinner at "the ...

Weekend in Santa Fe, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Weekend in Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads

We didn't go to see any particular significant or historical sites while in Santa Fe as we have done that during our previous visits.  We just decided to spend the weekend here as it is a good place to stop and relax.  We always have enjoyed ...

From Roswell, NM to Santa Fe New Mexico, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

From Roswell, NM to Santa Fe New Mexico

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... HW 286 for 80 or so miles, to Vaughn, then turned off on HW 60 to Mountainaire because this is the scenic route to Santa Fe. Just before Mountainaire, we noticed a small snowy looking lake. Later we learned the white stuff was salt, not snow. We ...

High Road to Taos backwards, Taos to Santa Fe, United States travel blog

High Road to Taos backwards

A travel blog entry by thetraveller88

... would have been a nice experience, I think. Here I got a bit lost and ended up joining up with the faster way to Santa Fe. Warning: there are traffic signals in the middle of the highway! I almost ran a red light, not expecting one to be around. ...

Santa Fe - The Plaza, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Santa Fe - The Plaza

A travel blog entry by colleen.killorn

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... laughs chatting about dog behavior and about life in general...making major changes in your life as an older adult. Nancy had moved to Santa Fe without a job and place to live a number of years ago. She loves it here, and although she would not ...

Gettin' Our Kicks on Route 66, Santa fe, United States travel blog

Gettin' Our Kicks on Route 66

A travel blog entry by cdcass

... cars.  Turns out it was closed by 3.00pm.  In fact, we are not sure when it was opened last. Drive on to Santa Fe.  Snow on the roadside and in Santa Fe, its everywhere, thanks to the storm that dumped all that ice in Oklahoma. Drive ...

Lotsa Pueblos and Art in Santa Fe, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Lotsa Pueblos and Art in Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by jabecker

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... a tennis racket. He gave us this slightly alarming fly extermination tool as a gift. That fly died with a very loud electrical zap. Santa Fe is a beautiful city - the oldest in the US, founded in 1607 by the Spanish, and in 1610 it was made the ...

Someones's special day..., Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Someones's special day...

A travel blog entry by greystling

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Snow snow snow... Woke up this morning with the prettiest view ever! Sunshine and gorgeous mountains. But yes, some snow. Have to say though, don't really mind. It's really pretty! Off to explore a bit now. Maybe we'll celebrate my (Lisa's) birthday... ...

Santa Fe to Albuquerque, Santa Fe to Albuquerque, United States travel blog

Santa Fe to Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by roddywyllie

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... lunch we went to the plaza to listen to some music at the bandstand. To be honest we could have sat there all day in the sun. As Santa Fe is 7000ft above sea level it was hot (75F) but pleasant enough to sit in. We left Santa Fe and back on to Route 66 ...

Which way to Santa Fe?, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Which way to Santa Fe?

A travel blog entry by smonty1

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... and drive 300 miles, which was quite a nice treat! After having breakfast at the hotel, we decided to start driving south toward Santa Fe. The drive was very nondescript and we encountered our first snafu when we missed our turn in Aztec, New Mexico and ...

santa fe, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

santa fe

A travel blog entry by holz_g

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The Land of Chiles, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

The Land of Chiles

A travel blog entry by c_villa

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... distance which belonged to Colorado.   http://www.skisantafe.com/ http://www.shirleymaclaine.com/ http://www.pueblooftesuquefleamarket.com/ In Santa Fe there there are numerous galleries, even a road dedicated to them called Canyon Road, we hit a few ...

Amarillo to Santa Fe, Amarillo to Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Amarillo to Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by roddywyllie

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... 59F ina matter of two minutes.    The scenery today was spectacular in places as we climbed up through Tumcumcari. The Santa Fe loop section of Route 66 only existed pre 1937 when the main route bypassed it and went straight on to Alberquerque. ...

We Drove to the New Mexico Capitol City, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

We Drove to the New Mexico Capitol City

A travel blog entry by jacobsims

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... in the Plaza and I got an Indian necklace.  It is a lightning bolt and the Indians say it means Energy!  It was a 2 hour drive to Santa Fe.  When we got back to the campground, I went swimming in the pool.  The middle is the deep ...

Santa Fe - Yeah, We Made It!, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Santa Fe - Yeah, We Made It!

A travel blog entry by colleen.killorn

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... we are not going to risk the additional mileage by going to Calgary on our way to Vancouver and instead go directly there from here in Santa Fe. Once we got the tires changed, we were on our way from Oklahoma through Texas to New Mexico. At a rest ...

New Mexico!!! (Santa Fe -- a fav on our trip), Santa Fe, United States travel blog

New Mexico!!! (Santa Fe -- a fav on our trip)

A travel blog entry by ngolgowski

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We spent about a day and a half in Santa Fe, New Mexico, finding a cute hotel(with pool!) in the heart of "downtown" which was hardly anything like the kind of downtown that would come visually to mind, but more like its honest title, "historic district" ...

Roswell and Santa Fe Day 13, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Roswell and Santa Fe Day 13

A travel blog entry by scurrington

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... this city, the building very Spanish feel. Differently like this place. We wondered around in the heat taking in the sights and sounds of Santa Fe, the girls buying jewellery. We had 3 hours to in gross ourselves in this place. We ended up in a nice bar ...

Day 96 – Wednesday, July 03, 2013,, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Day 96 – Wednesday, July 03, 2013,

A travel blog entry by travelagain

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Today was the day for Museum Hill. There are four museums located together outside the city center.  We started at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art.  It is a small but interesting collection.  They are most proud of a new collection ...

On the way to Santa Fe, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

On the way to Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by jnixon55

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... the tourist destinations. With a quick recommendation from a local we found ourselves at Tortilla Flats about 5 miles away from downtown Santa Fe. A local favorite and definatley not filled with tourists. Brent had the Red Chili pork ribs and I had the ...

Taos and Santa Fe exploration, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Taos and Santa Fe exploration

A travel blog entry by sackitoff

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After three weeks on the road, we needed a bit of a rest. So after driving down to Santa Fe from Taos, we spent most of the afternoon relaxing in our room. Though we did manage to get out for some nice food and a bit of a browse in the local shops. And ...

Leaving Lubbock and Blue behind, Santa Fe, United States travel blog

Leaving Lubbock and Blue behind

A travel blog entry by mother.ship

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... ! POW! They had a lot of fireworks and we surely bought some.  We've been trying to find license plates from all the United States and have a running list.  In this one parking lots we found two that had alluded us along the way...Arkansas and ...

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