Hampton Inn Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the stalls/ sights/ galleries before heading back to the action. We’d noticed that there were a number of bars/ restaurants overlooking plaza so we headed up to Rooftop Pizzeria and managed to secure a couple of seats on the outside terrace offering great views. We ordered a couple of local beers and sat back to soak up the atmosphere.
Having dined on a gourmet pizza (including shrimp, lobster and truffle oil) and consuming another couple of ...
... our beautiful home to enjoy our salmon and turkey leftovers.
The rains soon returned as did our hearty fire, this is a welcome change from the Phoenix heat! The rain stopped around 7pm and our appetites returned, so we set out for the La Posada Resort and the Staab House. The menu at La Posada's Fuego restaurant looked good but we returned to the Cowgirl for traditional New Mexican slop (Butternut Squash Caserol and Fajitas). La Posada drove us ...
Today we had decided to drive to Taos. It is a small town about an hour and 20 mins away, and is near the Taos Pueblo - a world heritage site - as it is of great historic significance. Found a good breakfast place - this is sometimes a challenge, as during winter places don't seem to open early, Also this is Martin Luther King day. Anyway we found Tia Sophia and were happy, though they don't do espresso coffee! Drove to Taos ...
... there are very few 100% natives left in the US). The downtown area of Santa Fe is referred to as the Plaza, it's full of local shops, museums, Churches and galleries. It was very quaint and the architecture in Santa Fe is made up of hacienda's (clay flat roofed structures to protect people against the sweltering summers and the incredibly harsh winters). We spent 2 nights in Santa Fe and many Americans take their holidays here - ...
... had it both days we were there.
As you drove through Santa Fe you couldn't help but feel like you were being transported into the Wild West. Almost all the architecture is adobe, from fast food chains, to banks, and even parking garages. The adobe architecture is literally called Santa Fe style. The historic Santa Fe Trail surrounded the perimeter of the city. The railroad that was built along the Santa Fe Trail was the first ...