Worldmark Resort Santa Fe
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... took a walk down town. We saw more box houses along the way. Santa Fe reminds me of a Mexican Leura. Its pretty and there are quaint little shops and a lot of art galleries. There is a plaza that looks a lot like Parque Central in Antigua. There are even street vendors on the corners selling fajitas, but they cost $6 each, you could have gotten 10 of those for that price in Antigua. We see a couple of churches including the oldest church in America. We also see ...
... must have rode in drunk on a horse going backwards!! There is no rhyme or reason to the way this city is land out, that's for sure!
We viewed two churches - one was the Cathedral Basilica of St. Frances of Assisi - an impressive building with many artifacts dating back to the founding in 1610 and the cathedral being build in 1853 and having it elevated to a Basilica in 2005. There are many statues commemorating the church leaders from ...
... around looking at shops without being able to buy anything . Pretty and unusual looking place. Classy shops and all well maintained and nicely decorated for christmas, It got cold though and it was only one thing to do; find a bar of some sort. Good recommendation from LP, a 300 year old adobe used as a bar on one side and a restaurant on the other. Very atmospheric in terms of clientele and decorations. Happy hour a good thing too and we drank Classic Marguerites for $4 a glass with a ...
... and knows my cousin, Arlene. Arlene, her maiden name is Fujii, and her mother is Kimiyo Fujii. Will catch up with you offline. And, Mike has relatives in Cincinnati.
We started the tour at the Santa Fe Plaza where there was a plaque that had been changed due to the current politically correct environment. When the plaque was originally set in 1866, it read, "To the heroes who have fallen in the various battles with the ...
... some of Jake's Dad and Granny's ashes on a tree in the central plaza. Bryce loved Santa Fe and had visited many times so I think he would be pleased to now be a part of it. Had a few beers on a roof top bar then went back to our inn to chill for a bit. In the evening we went to a really lively bar called the Cow ...