Fairfield Inn Santa Fe
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Older property, rooms were nice.
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... hunting along the shore. The robins were out in full force flitting along the way.
We had a special treat on this particular paddle. Robert all of a sudden says, "listen". It was the sandhill cranes heading down the river toward the Bosque de Apache we figured. Once we heard one group, then we kept seeing more and more groups heading down the river. Wow!
One the way back to shore, the wind picked up and we used the sail on the way back. What fun!
... at Santa Fe, the Officers of Santa Fe Sqn (Capt Glen Nicolet and Capt. John Graham and Brad.) and a few of their cadets met us at the station. We then went into the centre of Santa Fe where a Spanish Market was taking place. We had a look at all the old buildings around the square before heading to the cathedral to look at that, because it was one of the oldest buildings in New Mexico. We then went to the Palace of the ...
... New Agey for my tastes, but who am I to judge? If it feels good, do it. *** From Pagosa Springs, we ride south on US-84 toward New Mexico, and in 127 miles, we are in Espanola, New Mexico. New Mexico calls itself the Land of Enchantment. Congress admitted New Mexico as the 47th state, on January 6, 1912. The state, with a large Hispanic population and cultural influence, is known, in Spanish, as Nuevo Mexico. Almost half of New ...
... 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 ...
I could tell you about the total success of my pancakes (banana and blueberry) at breakfast, the mex lunch we judged the best yet or the amazing flamenco dancers in the ...