Travel Blogs from Sante Fe, United States

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Sante Fe, Sante Fe, United States travel blog

Sante Fe

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

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... today and see nothing but a few towns that looked deserted. It wasn't until we got out of the flat lands and into the mountains of Sante Fe, that we began to see some life. We were elated to reach the capital of New Mexico. I can see why people like it ...

'Canyon Road' and the Kids Museum, Sante Fe, United States travel blog

'Canyon Road' and the Kids Museum

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

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Another Beautiful day in Sante Fe. We heard from several people that the weather here had not been lousy before yesterday. You'd never know it since we got here. Today it was in the mid 70's and sunny. We watched our churches service(Christ Fellowship) ...

Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sante Fe, United States travel blog

Santa Fe, New Mexico

A travel blog entry by victoria

... so keep you talking! Gutted! Gosh, only a few more weeks and this Greyhound bus pass runs out - thank goodness! So, anyway, Sante Fe is grorgeous. It really is like a little Mexico. It's a really relaxed and happy atmospere. The Plaza had live bands ...

Terrible Traffic, Torrents of Rain, Sante Fe, United States travel blog

Terrible Traffic, Torrents of Rain

A travel blog entry by 9lives

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... exit along with loads of others making an one hour trip more like two and a half hours. I saw my time to explore Sante Fe evaporate before my eyes. The detour involved the Santa Ana Indian Reservation and specifically their town of San Felipe Pueblo. I ...

Getting Our Kicks On Route 66, Sante Fe, United States travel blog

Getting Our Kicks On Route 66

A travel blog entry by hayleyandlorna

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... - Its cold!! - Route 66 roads and tumbleweed - petrified forest and the painted desert - Goodbye Arizona, hello New Mexico - mexican food - snow - albuquerque - Sante Fe Anyhow.... on to Texas now....Amarillo and cowboy land here we ...

Sante Fe, Sante Fe, United States travel blog

Sante Fe

A travel blog entry by jd_amazing_race

Just passed through Sante ...

driving to Sante Fe, sante fe, United States travel blog

driving to Sante Fe

A travel blog entry by mknott

... .  With the rolling hills, sometimes you come over the top of a hill and the view of a valley in front of you is glorious.  I want to say it took 4 hours to drive to Sante Fe.  Our rental car was Subaru Outback and it drove pretty ...

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