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Seems that we just cannot stay away. Just got back to Santa Fe from three weeks in northern California and are ready to get back on the road. There are some fires burning near Santa Fe but the smoke is not as bad as we feared. We went to our exercise class and got some much ...
... large bedroom and a tiled bathroom. Lots of room and like I say the price is amazing.
We did walk to the plaza and ate at one of our favorite places, The Shed. They do make a gluten free red chili sauce so lots of meals are available. The building is old, I’ll check it out and report on it next time, but it is by the Palace of the Governor’s which is from the 1600’s. But
the walls are not straight, doors are low, floors worn ...
Another day, another city. Today we checked out of our hotel and hit the road, taking the scenic route to Santa Fe, called the High Road to Taos, presumably because most people originate in Santa Fe and head toward Taos. And what a scenic drive it was! After driving the desert of New Mexico on the way to Taos, it was a welcome change to drive into the mountains. Along the way we stopped at several mission churches, some dating as ...