BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Santa Fe
Decent enough hotel for an overnight stay. Big bed in the room, but not enough power points, We needed to charge phones, laptop, tablet and camera battery. Breakfast wasn't great but hey what do you expect for the price?
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The day started at 4:30am with early morning preparation for our trip to Santa Fe, we packed our cases and dad devoured a 5am Billy Butty. Eventually with the Ford all loaded, and with thunderstorms silhouetted in the rear view mirror, we set off west. As we joined the interstate the satnav said "turn right in 112 miles".
We shuttled down …
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We started the day visiting The Cadillac Ranch which is in a field just west of Amarillo, south of Route 66. We arrived before 9.00am and there was already a number of people tagging the upended vehicles. We took our photo opportunity and made our mark, it will probably be gone by tomorrow. < …
... needed to lie down so after a mercy drop off back at hotel I decided to explore Canyon Road. Canyon Road is an artists' paradise. An outdoor art gallery of the highest quality, I started at one end and walked the entire length to the end and then returning on the other side, popping into stores and galleries to browse. It is full of sculpture gardens with wind sculptures, artists galleries, very expensive jewellery stores with ...
What a great day in Santa Fe! Weather was sunny and in the high 60's!
We headed downtown towards the Santa Fe Plaza and headed for the Loretto Chapel to see the miraculous staircase. In 1873, the Sisters of Loretto had a chapel built by Mexican carpenters. The bishop at the time, Bishop Lamy, was from France and wanted the chapel to be similar to his beloved Sainte Chapelle in Paris which was Gothic. And, ...
... mile back in the caves and that there is about 40 to 50 feet of guano piled up back there. Also, the bats fly out at night and eat 40 tons of insects on average. Those insects never stood a chance, the bats swirled out the caves and headed straight for the desert flats.
Visitors were supposed to be completely silent for the duration of the flight, but halfway through we started giggling and it only got worse. The giggling culminated in me sticking my head ...