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I have mixed feelings about Santa Fe. We arrived in early afternoon so had plenty of time to walk around and gather our opinions about it. On the one hand it was a quirky little town and really interesting to wander around, but on the other hand it felt Iike they were ...
Wendy's for breakfast. Trying out every fast-food joint Merica has to offer. Walked round the rim of the Grand Canyon, walking about a mile starting at Mathers Point. Looking down into the Grand Canyon you could almost see the bottom, almost 1 mile straight down. From Mathers Point it was possible to see the Colorado River. Another big drive today, driving 8 hours. Stopped for petrol, hot dog and ...
... Road. It was once the main trading road into and out of Santa Fe. Then, it was a narrow, dirt burro path. Now, it’s still narrow, but paved. All along it are art galleries of all sorts many in historic pueblo style buildings. Large sculptures are outside and inside are painting, bronze pieces, and other types of art. And all of it is very expensive—as art usually is. We just looked.
... beliefs. From the church, we visited the site of the original St. Geronimo's church, which was destroyed during the Pueblo revolt of 1680, then rebuilt, then destroyed again during the Mexican-US war by US troops. The names on the crosses in the cemetery are mostly Spanish, but our guide said that they use their traditional names within the pueblo but are given Spanish (or other European) names for legal purposes, which apparently includes burial. (Tiwa is not written or ...
... quite happy to be making our way back to Santa Fe. Santa Fe The old town is a tourist magnet, with endless gift shops selling native American jewellery and leather goods. We stopped a couple of times for refreshment as the heat of the day was oppressive. Whilst we spent a good few hours wandering around the shops, it felt rather as though the town had abandoned it's historic significance in favour of outright ...