Worldmark Resort Santa Fe
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On our way to Santa Fe we made a quick stop at the four corners, where four states meet. Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. We arrived at our campground early evening, showered and changed quickly and headed in to town. Santa Fe is a real cute southern town, the Capitol of the South West. It's also the oldest town in the USA founded in the 17th century. All of the shops and restaurants in town have to adhere to strict regulations around the external decoration, to ensure ...
... We walked through a few art galleries on Canyon Road, Deb went crazy photographing doors, and we even made a few small purchases at a yard sale! Ended the day by visiting the oldest church in the US, San Miguel, with its beautiful wooden ceiling. Some rain chased us back home early as we are exhausted and have a big outdoor day tomorrow.
Monday . . . started out wth some great news as Claire got her room assignment for Penn State ...
... looked at pictures, and had port at the bar. A group of cowboys, including a Billy The Kid look-alike and a transvestite cowboy queued us that is was time to call it a day.
On our walk home, we peeked in windows of art galleries and found a dragon looking down on us from a rooftop.
... are like mountains with their tops cut off flat - some very big, and some tiny. Anyway, it wasn't a too long drive to Santa Fe. Carole and John navigated very successfully into the city and we found our lovely hotel, the St Francis, a short walk from the central Plaza, where we are staying for 5 nights. Unpacked, and explored the inner city, looking for eating places...not all open on a Sunday, and finally ate at ...
We entered Amarillo and saw a huge change in landscape - the land here was flat, baron and dry. There was land as far as your eyes can see with the odd cattle ranch - it's something you'd see in the movies. As we got near to Amarillo there were signs to the old Route 66, this road is somewhat of a tourist trap now and most locals have capitalised on just about anything to do with the road from old neon signs, T-shirts, and snake farms - we ...