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... hour. We made sure we filled up at every opportunity.
We took a little de tour off the route at one point which was nice and we got some really good scenery. We pulled over at one point randomly to put on more sun block and immediately we had the next car stop to check we were ok, this is the type of country we are in. So friendly. We headed on and got to a nice little town called Santa Rosa. Here is Blue Hole which is exactly that. A ...
... background from the local art festival and a metal hummingbird gilded with molten copper. Both of those will remind us of our summer in
America. Astrid was tempted by a pair of earrings made by native Indians. They are beautiful and I have been coveting them ever since.
In the evening we consulted Tripadvisor to find out where to go for dinner, and discovered that last night’s ...
... 7500 feet above sea level 20 miles west of Santa Fe, our next destination. Ears popped, oh yes. we drove down into the plain with Santa Fe ahead, no buildings are allowed to be higher than three storeys, how lovely no skyscrapers and soon found our Route 66 Delightful El Rey Inn for 2 nights, and a laundry and ironing opportunity. The El Ray opened in 1936 on Route 66 as an overnight stop off for migrants to the west. It opened with just 12 ...
... 7,000 feet (Highest capital city in the USA)
5. 250 Restaurants
6. 14 Major Museums
7. History: Founded by Don Pedro de Peralta in 1610 making Santa Fe the oldest capital city in the US at 404 years!
8. The Palace of Governor's whig is now part of the N.M. History Museum is the oldest continuously occupied government building in the country.
Will Rogers is said to have remarked: Santa Fe's roads were developed by a ...
... Hiraga on the Food Tour, they mentioned pottery that you could put in the microwave, oven, and on the stove. We were intrigued and found Café Pasqual Gallery selling the ceramics. The bean pots are made of micaceous clay found in the mountains about 3 hours from Santa Fe. They are amazing pots. Here is a link that describes it. http://www.examiner.com/article/the-sur prising-art-of-micaceous-cooking-potter y