BEST WESTERN PLUS Montezuma Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thought you could scuba dive in landlocked, high desert Santa Rosa? Not us! But you can and if you want to do that, you head to the Blue Hole, a natural 80-foot deep pool, that's right in town. it's crystal clear and cold (60-degrees). Jack dove in despite the cold and proclaimed it very refreshing.
A meander through old villages took us north toward Las Vegas, New Mexico. Not to be confused with the gambling mecca of Nevada, this ...
... here and every time I'm here I am happy. Before coming here I read an article about a multi million dollar treasure hidden north of Santa fe in the mountains. And while day hiking with my work crew I found what caught my eye. The treasure map is a 12 line poem, and one of the lines is "hidden under the home of brown". Atop the mountain was a nice grave stone for a man named richard huntingsworth ...
... who applied the mud. A quick, surrepetitious count indicated well over a hundred crutches. Curiously enough, there were no other disability aids on display. I suggested to Mrs Henry that these were probably resold by the adjacent, inevitable gift shop. Mrs Henry snorted and made her way over to the shop. “You might pick up a pair of nice sunnies”, I called after her, but she came back with a tiny, decorated steel box with a hinged cover filled with, you guessed ...
... sides for shade and to make it even feel more roomy.
Decided to hike to the top of the ridge above the campsite with Chuck. It was another gradual climb that offered some incredible views as you climbed up and up. Got to the top and there were some picnic tables where we sat and enjoyed a small snack and the view. We had some great conversation with Chuck on the way up and down and came back and had some hummus and ...
... we landed ourselves in a little bit of interesting local history. He chose Frankie's at the Casanova. When we were seated, I found that I could read some of a note on the back of a picture frame that was sitting on top of some sort of bookcase. The note was a bit curious, leading to me being a bit curious. It read (roughly): "I hope you will do my father the honor of displaying this in your place of business." Then a bit I couldn't read, followed ...