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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Today we're driving North towards Taos, to see the Taos Indian Pueblo, which is about 1.5h away from Santa Fe.
Right outside of Santa Fe we stop at the world-famous Santa Fe Opera, which is an outdoor and summer-only venue. The tour we took is great, the architecture and the technology used (eg. in-seat subtitle technology which was invented here) is surprising given ...
... where he and an ever-growing staff of volunteers and employees, are crafting houses out of mud, used tires, old aluminum cans and bottles, wood, and all manner of other things. The tires, which are packed tightly with dirt, act as a thermal mass for the home, heating it in winter and cooling it in summer. They are stacked like bricks and make up the foundation for the walls. The walls are made of mud and ...
... to cater to the highest and most refined class of society.
Guests who are not willing to sleep in the same bed with another guest need not stop at this hotel. We do not care for the patronage of people who want the earth with the moon thrown in for $1.
This hotel positively will not bear part of the funeral expenses of people who get killed while stopping here – not even those we are forced to shoot in the interest of society and good order.
... seen both Mariana and Lelani use this storage area with great success, but alas, the glasses were nowhere to be found. We set of back to the river to try and retrace our steps from the previous day, after an hour we gave up, and now I am forced by "the bat" to take all the responsibilities for writing, reading, fly tying etc.
Villa Vidal is a lovely area in the middle of the Carson forest. The roads were not busy ...
... eagles to make their nest. We had a lovely roadside breakfast at D&D’s Café, and with the temperature reaching 50 degrees Johan finally looked like he might survive the day.
Driving through the mountains we realized that we had very little cell phone reception, and I left relieved that I did not lie when I told the work that I will have very little access to email. We called the kids, told them where we were staying ...