Hampton Inn & Suites Los Alamos
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... be ready in an hour to use - all this on an organic farm with grape vines and beautiful outside spaces to sit and relax. There's not a lot you can say to that really other than a slightly sheepish 'thank you' - it just didn't quite feel like a fair pay off for the kindness they had shown. So, this evening, we had a soak in the hot tub, a few glasses of wine and a good chat with our hosts, followed by a night in a bed! It's amazing how things have a way of working themselves out ...
... own art collection. Every wall, every alcove, every office has art hanging on the wall. There was every type of art: paintings, photography, fiber art, 3-dimensional art, sculpture, even the furniture outside of offices and meeting rooms were handcrafted art. We walked all the corridors as if we were in an art gallery.
We went down the block to San Miguel Mission. It was built in 1610 and is thought to be the oldest church ...
... our hotel, which was not a 'Bates' motel, this is what we found in the room:
Red chilis and rubber duckies. What a touch!
The focus of Santa Fe is its plaza, surrounded on three sides by commercial spaces (restaurants and shops) and on the fourth by the Palace of the Governors, the oldest extant ...
... age of 25. They saved the lodge of the school and the homes on Bathtub Row were used for the directors and top scientists. The Bradbury Science Museum displays the exhibits about the history of Los Alamos National Laboratory and the ongoing research that science and research. This was not even a town and when all these people were lured by train they disappeared to nowhere. Their families did not know where they were, they were not allowed to ...
... not properly compensate them and they were never allowed to return to their land after the project concluded. The Army also took over the Boys Ranch and paid them $250,000 for the land and buildings. In recent years the descendants of these Hispanic homesteaders sued the government and did get additional compensation some 65 years later.
There are only a few original buildings remaining, Fuller Lodge, and a few homes on bathtub row (so named because they ...