Hampton Inn Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... near the Santa Fe river. Walked through the Capital complex enjoying the statues and trees changing color. We are just about to the end of the fall colors and were enjoying all that we saw.
Had a nice meal outside at the Santa Fe Bite(formerly Bobcat Bite) near the Capital Complex. Beautiful day, colors and just all around enjoyable experience.
... from an Ankylosaur.
After leaving the store I walked around Santa Fe and dreamt about relocating, marry a kind hearted Midwest farmers' daughter, purchasing a big black American pick-up and opening a fossil shop in the historic plaza. Its true, Santa Fe is a city for dreamers!
We sat in the Plaza for a while and listened to a musician before min-afternoon thunder forced us back to our Ford faraday cage and on to the safety of the motel room.
... it certainly was a little bracing initially but we soon got over that and revelled in the cool, luxurious waters.
After drying off we drove down the main street of Santa Rosa and came across the Route 66 Auto Museum. As we were taking some photos outside, a couple drove up in the most beautifully restored Cadillac car and parked right next to us. We got chatting to them and discovered that they were actually the owners of the Museum and the husband was ...
... east. Now the Santa Fe Railway does the same!
Wandered the old streets which are like Taos and filled with art and jewellery shops - some very expensive. Still we enjoyed it. We headed out of town and south, taking what was Route 66 (from 1926 to 1937), or the old Los Vegas Highway to our RV park - the Rancheros de Santa Fe where we pulled in and set up camp in the mid afternoon.
History of the Old Spanish Trail
... the land is grand.
And who would have thought that I'd owe it all to Tulsa?
Yet, I think I will go for a ride, simply because we may never pass this way again.
My eyes are on the horizon, on my way to Amarillo, a little West Texas town.
Turn the porch light on. Panhandle lights.
I'll get my fill, because we may never pass this way again.
A hundred miles ...