Hampton Inn Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
... Fe we checked into our campsite and had lunch. Luckily there was a bus stop right out front so we waited for the bus so we could go explore Sanra Fe. The bus ride was a bit long, but only $2 round trip! We then spent the afternoon walking around downtown. Santa Fe has a big art scene, so we saw lots of galleries and museums in addition to cute traditional shops and chili peppers everywhere! We stopped for a drink, then walked some more before finding our way back to the bus stop to get ...
... very famous Western story/movie series ("Winnetou"), so Joerg was pleased to finally see the place of origin of these stories he knew from his childhood.
Finished up the day with a great authentic Mexican dinner at the Cowgirl BBQ.
Santa Fe gets "Five Stars" from us - a great place to visit and to stay!
... for the time and some of the design considerations still perplex experts today. At the behest of one of the nuns, banisters were added to the staircase later as the climb to the top was considered perilous without one. It is pretty cool, but I think it was far more impressive prior to the banisters being installed. The nuns should have had more faith that they wouldn’t fall off!
We had lunch in the Thunderbird which was very yummy, but I think my body ...
This is a great time of year to be in Santa Fe, the weather is still ok for being outside if you dress warmly, and the scenery is great! We have our month bus pass so we bus and walk to most places we go.
Took the bus down to the Santa Fe Baking Company and had lunch and then walked through the neighborhoods to the ...
... set off on foot with her camera in hand to discover a black best within 100 ft. of the road. Further along the road we headed out to the Petrified Tree and hiked down a trail to see another black bear. We were almost ran down by two Bison who were also on the trail. Once we got back to the main road we cruised until we saw many cameras pointed up the side of a mountain so of course Malory had to stop again. We saw another black bear! We then ...