Hampton Inn Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We share chicken and corn soup, dumplings and pork black bean. We roll out of the restaurant as the clouds come over. In the afternoon there were thunderstorm warnings and flood warnings for areas such as Grant (thank goodness we had moved from there). We make it back to the hotel before the rains come down, but not before seeing a small lightning show on the way home.
Day 2: we start the day with Flying Star around the corner from Motel 6. I ...
We spent 2 nights in Santa Fe so that we had a day to sight see in the historic section of Santa Fe. Santa Fe is a neat town. We walked most of the day, but did start out using the free shuttle bus to get from where we parked to the Palace of the Governors. The Museum of New Mexico, which is housed in the Palace of the Governors is very well done & definitely worth some time to check it ...
... each. Pretty place similar to but smaller than the Plaza in SF. Back in the car and arrived to Socorro before six where we checked into another EconoLodge. Amazingly large room and we all gathered into it to have a meal consisting of different kinds of frozen pre made dinners a bit after eight eg shopping and relaxing first and Andreas was the good one who went to the motel's gym. Great day and Santa Fe was a fantastic place and one to return to if ...
... me a little of Fremantle. Little alleyway type of streets and it was quite busy with visitors. There was going to be a Native American festival on the weekend so they were setting up for that. George and I had a quick walk around the city before finding a few lounges for cocktails and drinks. The city has the oldest church and the oldest house in America! And it's also the capital of New Mexico. We meet a ...
... as "over easy" and so we decided to go for it because we had been interested in checking this trail out. Looked the directions up on GPS and off we went. The trail begins in the St. Johns College parking lot. This can be confusing but there are signs that clearly state this.
Joined the group and off we went. The trail climbs up and through the trees with vistas out across Santa Fe. The trail heads up gradually and there ...