Campanilla Compound

Address: 334 Otero Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located on 334 Otero Street, Santa Fe, is near Cross of the Martyrs, 109 East Palace, Santa Fe Public Library, and Old Fort Marcy Park.
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      Santa Fe

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Dec 21, 2014

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      ... marketed more. I probably saw 2-4 people here. It is a huge park with thousands of acres and miles upon miles of trails. There is not much grass here, which was good. These rock formations here were supposedly formed 6,000,000 years ago when this part of the world was underwater. It looks really similar to Cappadoucia in Turkey, which was a place I went to in 2008 and stayed the night in my first cave. ...

      Day 13

      A travel blog entry by lucykate on Aug 04, 2014

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      ... hours to explore the oldest Capitol City in the states. I absolutely loved it - it's such a unique place full of little individual stores and galleries in terracotta stone (see attached photos). At 5.30, Nick picked us up and we drove 10 minutes down the road to 'Super 8', the motel we are staying at for the night. After a shower and change of clothes, we all went out ...

      The Old Spanish Trail to Santa Fe

      A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 06, 2014

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      ... nodding oil wells. We followed the road south on the east side of the river of the same name (this was dry and sandy about 50-100 metres or so wide) for about 5 miles and then crossed back to the west side of the river at an old WW2 style bridge.

      We spied a signposted road to a canyon so we took it. This crossed the dry river bed and then turned north following faint old signs to Crow Canyon and the parking area (beside a gas head) for the 'Main Panel' ...

      A Little Bit of Wisco at Wally World

      A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Mar 09, 2014

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      ... So if you aren’t already, take the blog with a grain of salt - these experiences are relayed to you one on top of another, exactly as we are taking them in. Continuing on...
      We stopped for a late lunch at The Shed, which serves up traditional New Mexican cuisine and has been family run for over 50 years. We got our fix of enchiladas, tacos, pork, chips and salsa, and ridiculous amounts of green chile (for me) and Christmas style (red and green ...

      Standing on the Corner in Winslow Arizona

      A travel blog entry by forsterb on Dec 08, 2013

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... you wide open is no understatement - the winds race across the highway and any wetness turns immediately into ice. The road itself was also in horrible shape. I'm going to send an email to both Bill Ric******* and John McCain to put some people to work in their states to get these highways fixed. They have a speed limit of 75 miles per hour in both states and people travel easily at 85. My underspec'd UHaul is ...