Santa Fe Comfort Inn
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... right.Of course I just sleep or look out the window at the scenery, so I'm fine either way.
Our trip today was only supposed to be about 60 miles, but it seems that we got our destination/directions a bit wrong. That's not really a big deal, but there is some stress in making your way through a town you are not sure about when your vehicle is 35 feet long followed by a jeep. The RV park where we are staying was really ...
... that were playing and settled down with a couple more beers. We noticed a striking black and white picture hanging behind the bar of a man, nonchalantly looking over his shoulder with a cigarette hanging from his lips that had been taken in the 2nd World War and also had a sign of authenticity underneath it. The picture also appeared again as part of a photo montage on the front cover of Life Magazine entitled Icons of the 20th Century. We ...
... courts and a yoga/zumba room. That’s the first time we’ve had privileges like that.
Buffalo Thunder had an International Buffet this evening, so we decided to do the early bird special. It wasn’t fantastic, just average. Pete and Harlan said the pizza was the best they’ve eaten in a long time and the desserts were delicious. This resort casino is beautifully designed in the Native American Pueblo style. ...
Back in Santa Fe enjoying the beautiful sunny days even though it is still quite cold. Went down to the Teahouse and Santa Fe Baking Company to enjoy the nice food and work on the travel stories. Took advantage of the bus to get around.
We also enjoyed cooking some fine meals, part of which we froze to take on the road for quick meals. Also began the process of making sure we had everything from Santa Fe to take to Llano for our upcoming trips.
... at sea level. Oh good! Wish someone would have told me that!
Anyway, at the restaurant, we were waiting about 30 minutes for a table and ended up talking with two ladies who were traveling to Sun City, Arizona from St. Paul, MN. Turns out that they went to Cooley HS in Detroit about the same time that Dick and I went to Mackenzie HS in Detroit. We even knew a few of the same people. Who would have thunk it!!! Well, the 4 of us ...