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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Our drive from Gallup to Sante Fe was a fairly straight run and long flat roads sitting on about 120kmh in most parts.
The 1st stop was the Cottonwood Mall at Albuquerque as we needed some supplies. Oh and Jet decided that he needed a second pair of runners...
Wayne couldn't shuffle me out of there quick enough, but not before I made …
... find and if you pass it, a U-turn is just not possible. But we finally made it.
To go along with our day (and as part of the "creating memories" process) once we arrive, the next typical step is to disconnect the Jeep (something we've done several times now). But as I said, in keeping with how the journey went, I guess my Mom's had a brain fade and suddenly the Jeep was free and SLOWLY moving towards the RV (oops, forgot ...
... Fe and Roadrunner RV park which isn't exactly in Santa Fe—instead is 15 miles north almost to Espanola. Bland RV park but BIG parking spaces, weak internet, friendly staff, good place for dogs to get plenty of 'sniffs’ and do their business. Lots of clouds, thunder and rain in evening.
July 9, Wed
Four of us planned out potential events for the week: going to Taos to visit Weltys, ...
... especially weekends. The hotel had a wonderful breakfast. Burrito Bar, with fresh fruit, wonderful spread. Everything downtown closed until noon on Sunday. Wandered downtown, took a bus tour at 11:00. Saw all the historic things. Santa Fe over 400 years old. Outside St. Augustine, this is the oldest town in America. Got all the history of the Spanish settlement, take over by ...
... together. What a small world! And, BTW – the food was delicious. Too involved in conversation and forgot to take pics.
So, today, we started with a Food Tour of Santa Fe. It was a progressive lunch of 5 places. And, each dish had some green chili as an ingredient.
- La Casa Sena, housed in a house that was built by a Santa Fean for his family of 11 kids (his wife gave birth to 22 kids, 11 survived) ...