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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... like pottery. Kelly said their tent nearly blew away in the snow storm, even though the four corners are weighted down - they shut the front and she and her husband clung to opposite corners. There was still unmelted snow next to her tent at about 2.45pm.
Time to look for a bar! We found an uncrowded restaurant/bar in Burro St, "El Agave", so Bryan had a beer and I had a margarita. Then back to ...
I guess we are winding down a bit. We spent 4 days in Santa Fe and I realized afterward that I only took 1 picture while we were there, which is in the square where the Indians set blankets on the ground and display their jewelry and pottery for sale. We also went to the annual Indian Arts Festival while we were there. From here it will be mostly short stops as we make our way home. Should be there the first week in September. ...
... takes you up what is now US84 to Las Vegas (not the Nevada casino city) then swings back down and west onto Santa Fe. We drove through Santa Fe to get to our hotel but will go back into the city in the morning as it is quite different from any other city we have seen on the trip so far. We made good time today arriving at the hotel just after 3.00pm, although we did gain an hour due crossing a time zone.
... t realize Santa Fe is the highest state capital in the US, over 7000
feet. Wandered around Santa Fe for a couple of hours, checked in the hotel, went for a wonderful dinner at Galisteo Bistro (block from the hotel). Walked around a bit after dinner. Hit on by a couple of panhandlers. There seem to be a bunch of them here. Wonderful evening
cuddling by our fireplace. We really like Santa ...
... together. What a small world! And, BTW – the food was delicious. Too involved in conversation and forgot to take pics.
So, today, we started with a Food Tour of Santa Fe. It was a progressive lunch of 5 places. And, each dish had some green chili as an ingredient.
- La Casa Sena, housed in a house that was built by a Santa Fean for his family of 11 kids (his wife gave birth to 22 kids, 11 survived) ...