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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
It was an early morning and as usual the sun was beaming down on Albuquerque. We were due to catch a train up to Santa Fe, the state capital. After waiting for a short while, the Rail Runner turned up. The train was a double decker and was massive. On the train there was plenty of leg room, air conditioning and pleasant staff. Yes, I know! It was a nice train journey, something that is only a pipe dream back in the UK.
... on the map. Espanola’s largest employer is the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, at 7,300 feet above sea level. It employs more than 12 percent of the Espanola population. As we pass through Espanola, the Los Alamos facility is off in the distance to our west. But even though we don’t stop and visit, it’s worth a mention. Los Alamos is the largest employer in northern New Mexico, with nearly 10,000 employees. ...
... up until the point when the frontage road we were on dead-ended! Bugger! We had to go back another way and catch up with it all over again further down the line.
We knew that we could easily catch up with the train again as it was doing about 45 m.p.h and we could do nearer 65 to 70. So we played it cool and bided our time for the perfect place to stop up the road. After about five miles on we came to were the track went though a cutting and we clambered up the bank to stand ...
... on the bus schedule. We arrived on a Tuesday so the park at this time of year was not full but most weekends they are. Reservations are advised and the name of this park has changed since we made our reservations. It used to be Los Campos Santa Fe so the new owner has owned it for a little over a year. Great place to stay but you are paying for location and convenience (Good Sam discount $35.70). There is so much to see and do in Santa Fe.
... war II and invented and tested the atom bomb. Our breakfast bagel this AM was called the "up and Atom", somebody has a sense of humour. Today we hiked miles and miles of Mesas, first at the Bandaliero reserve and then for good measure a nice hike on another Mesa. Tomorrow we are going to the 'Manhattan project " museum and then off on another scenic drive to Albequerque, where I know I won't be able to get the Neil Young song of the same name out of my head.
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