Fairmont Heritage Place, El Corazon de Santa Fe
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... I our camp food. Their house is really unique and beautiful. Now I understand where Marshall gets his creativity..his parents built that house. We enjoyed a good nights sleep! Their 3 laid back cats were nice too. It was sad to leave that beautiful adobe place with their views of different mountain ranges out of different windows.... We left fairly early to head to Ojo ...
... basically implying that it was in fact a UFO that landed that the military tried to cover up. Needless to say I found it quite tacky and didn't scream scientific evidence but some people got really into it. Once we were finished at the museum we were off again with out destination of Santa Fe. This was probably one of if not the most boring drive of the trip so far. There was nothing to look at outside and the road was dead straight. We finally arrived in ...
... with the horned steer, at Double Take, and the second, the Indian head, at Kowboyz, both cowboy vintage shops.The belts came from Nautica, an outlet store.
The amazing part is that had he paid the asking prices, this little lot would have cost him $792, but Torquil the Amazing paid only $178 for the lot. He is available for retail ...
... us a great suggestion with La Cocina de Dona Clara. Hah—that was definitely NOT the case. My review is here (http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserRev iews-g60958-d3468288-r170468329-La_Coci na_de_Dona_Clara-Santa_Fe_New_Mexico.ht ml) but the long and short of it is that that is one of only 3 1-star reviews I’ve ever written. With all the great restaurants in Santa Fe we were disappointed that our ...
... so 'New Mexican' here too.
We entered Santa Fe on the tarmacced overlay of the Pecos Trail, which then joined the Santa Fe Trail coming in from the right. Santa Fe was big and Santa Fe was a tourist destination. Bigger than the smaller and well preserved origins of the Taos Pueblo to the north, it still had the same style of box-shaped adobe buildings made from whole tree trucks and the baked orange mud of the area. This was Mexican style in the USA and the locals were making ...