BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... s unique gastronomic delights, beginning a culinary adventure that would ultimately lead him to Santa Fe, New Mexico where, in August, 2009, he fulfilled his life’s dream by opening Jambo Café."
* Jambo Cafe is Santa Fe’s newest, award winning, ethnic restaurant. Chef-owned,Jambo’s recipes come from generations of home cooking.
... and eating (Mexican). Staying in the El Rey Motel which is the most expensive so far at $90 although we do get breakfast and it has a pool and hot tub. Tomorrow we are exploring Santa Fe downtown before driving through Alburquerque on onto Gallup.
Today we got up ad made our tin foil hats then headed to Roswell to visit the alien museum we wore out hats into the museum and got some funny looks but it was so much fun reading about the alien landing and taking pictures, we went to the gift shop and I bought another fridge magnet to add to my collection. After rosewell we headed to Santa Fe and afte nearly four hours we arrived and had a couple of hours to ...
... s oldest building (San Felipe de Neri Church - 1793) and many low rise 'adobe' style buildings that now contain many tourist shops and galleries. Unfortunately the nearby Rattlesnake Museum was closed. As we headed out of Alburquerque on the I-25 North to Santa Fe, we stopped at the Sandia Peak Tramway. Built in 1966, the tramway is the world's longest suspension cable tram. We boarded a 'flight' and took the 15 minute 2.7 mile ...
... to the way of their ancestors and live without town water or electricity. And on the other side of town are another group of people, enviromentalists I guess. They have built their houses totally out of recycled material. Old tyres, glass bottles and half bury the structures with dirt. Some of the houses looked like they were out of the Hobbit. Have enjoyed our stay in New Mexico, but time pushing us on so next stop TEXAS - yee ...