Fairfield Inn Santa Fe
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Older property, rooms were nice.
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Rented a Red Chevy Captiva, dropped off Chacho at Nana Jane's, and hit the road at 9 a.m. On the way to Flagstaff, it rained hard. 59 degrees. Stopped for lunch at Five Guys in Flag. Stopped in Winslow to check out the statue of the guy "standing on the corner" and the flatbread Ford. It was pretty cool. Continued on through Holbrook, the Painted …
... using google we eventually found it. The food was TexMex and I had the beef quesidilla which was awesome and washed this down with a jug of sangria. The free bread with honey butter was a pure revelation! We then went back to camp and after a beer or two headed to bed as people were starting to drop...a bug of some sorts is going around and it's already claimed 2 casualties so ...
... etc. I do not have a thesaurus handy, and even if I did, the words that I would find would likely still not do Bandelier justice (or many of the other national landmarks we have seen since and plan to see in the future). My poor husband has to hear me utter these words under my breath many, many times every day - basically around every bend and turn we make.
Anyhow, Bandelier did not disappoint. We hiked the trail through the Frijoles Canyon, which ...
... corner and just hung out for a little while - it was too cold so we retreated back to the warmth of the truck.
Anyway, we checked into the Hotel Santa Fe Hacienda & Spa and it's the only wholly-owned aboriginal hotel facility in all of Santa Fe and it's really quite cool. The shuttle they have here is an old british taxi (they brought two over from England for their shuttle) that takes you anywhere ...
... that was heavenly. With our attitudes restored, we set off to explore the Plaza area. Many stores were closed, but we enjoyed looking around anyway. It is a very unique area to walk around. We headed back to the B&B by around 9 pm.
Saturday morning we browsed both the Farmer's Market and Artist's Market while Kaylee happily slept in. We met several interesting people including a woman who ...