Hampton Inn Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The history of the Loretto Chapel began when Bishop Jean Baptisite Lamy was appointed by the Church to the New Mexico Territory in 1850. Bishop Lamy, seeking to spread the faith and bring an educational system to this new territory, began a letter writing plea for priests, brothers and nuns to preach and teach. In one of his letters he is said to have written, "I have 6000 Catholics and 300 Americans." The first acceptance of his ...
... heading up was getting more and more crowded and we were very glad we chose to go early. Went and had breakfast at one of our favorite locations; the Teahouse, then a chair massage at Whole Foods and then home.
Glad we went when we did because a storm blew in with heavy wind and the trees lost their leaves. Now time for winter to set in!
... were many Native Americans dancing and chanting whilst using all their original Native American instruments. It was quite a spectacle, as I had only seen this sort of thing in Western films, and I hadn't appreciated that these things still happened. Major Voights bought us all a fry bread which is basically a fried dough ball flattened out and can be served with honey or sugar, kind of like an American Indian doughnut.
... Oppenheimer turned out to be right. The Manhattan Project, at all its locations, operated under a blanket of tight security and unprecedented secrecy. The Los Alamos location was a total secret. Its only mailing address was Post Office Box 1663 in Santa Fe, the state capitol 35 miles away. The work of the laboratory culminated in the creation of several atomic devices, one of which was used in the first nuclear test near Alamogordo, New Mexico. ...
... We had such a great time, all while also doing mountains of laundry, scrubbing out the car and the gear, and running errands all over town with Pat as our chauffeur. We even had time for a perfect birthday lunch for Sara with two of Pat's dear friends, Barbara and Lorene, who then took us over the the state capitol for a very fun and informative tour. There really is no way to adequately express our gratitude to ...