BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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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... at us as we walk away. That was the end of that but he was the only non friendly local we had encountered so far.
Having seen enough of Albuquerque we get back on the 66 to get the car and move on to our stop for today - Santa Fe.
Santa Fe looks like a pretty town. The local houses here look like boxes, that is, there is no triangular roof. We find the cheapest place in town - Motel 6 and settle in for the night. We get dinner at a ...
... that much. It just goes to show how much there is to see and do - there is no way to fit it all in!
We headed “home” after our “best Wal Mart night ever” and hunkered down for the evening. I had sent a message to Leigh a few days back, who is a hiking fiend, and we were basically planning to do everything she recommended in the Southwest. We didn’t have a route planned out or a campsite, but that is becoming more and more normal to ...
... Madrid New Mexico (pron Maaaadrd) - just like an old hippie colony with people making all kinds of crafty stuff, sculptures, jewellery, leather things etc. We stuck our heads through some holes and made meaningful pics for you. Think you'd agree we've never looked better!!! Had ...
... much we see the industrial park just below us. So goes the scenic view.
The campground is very nice with only a few trees and almost no grass—it’s the desert. We got set up, ran an errand and got caught in a terrible thunderstorm. We could hardly see the road. When we got back the refrigerator was out, again. Jim found the outside part full of water. Neighbors in ...
... roof; no doors on the bottom floor; ladders through openings to the living quarters above. Many of these substantial buildings and ancient villages still stand. There are 21 federally recognized “pueblos” in the United States today; 19 of them in New Mexico. Often they were built to great size; you can visit the beautiful multistoried Taos Pueblo today; it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as a National Historic Place . ...