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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a lot into one day. This is something that has been a frequent issue on our trip - not enough time to do and see all we want to do and see. We also visited the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. It was built between 1869 and 1886 in the French Romanesque Revival Style. We had heard Canyon Road in Santa Fe and had to make a token visit even though we were out of time. ...
... she gave up art when she believed that the style of realism didn’t suit her. Four years later she took an art class for teachers and was again inspired by the idea that art should reflect a person’s ideas and beliefs. During this period she was teaching art in Texas.
She moved on to Columbia College in South Carolina where she began doing charcoal abstracts and sent them to a friend in New York. The ...
On the way to Santa Fe we left Texas and entered New Mexico.
Before we left Texas we hit the Route 66 Midway point so 1139 miles down another 1139 miles to go.
Heading into New Mexico we stopped and had a browse round Tucumcari, here we seen the famous route 66 motel The Blue Swallow hotel.
We took detour away from Route 66 today to go and stay the night at Santa Fe in the Buffalo Thunder ...
... there were two women we had met on an hike we had taken up near the ski basin. Really did enjoy the pace we set for ourselves as we headed up and then down.
The one problems I see with this hike is the people that hike with dogs without having their leash ready to restrain them if people come near them or keep them from getting into a fight with another dog. Other than that, great time.
... amounts of stock. Apparently summer time is their busiest time, but even so, the sheer quantity of stock is over-whelming. They must, of course, be selling otherwise they wouldn't be here.
Santa Fe is known as the 'Land of Enchantment' and if you had the time to explore, there is a lot to see in the natural world. Unfortunately, time and snow are limiting factors for me. I wonder if I will return?