Hampton Inn & Suites Los Alamos
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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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 ...
... room that is swept back into the hole each night by a dutiful church volunteer? I don't know and we didn't rub any of the dirt on our bodies. It was just, well, too dirty.
We had stopped for lunch at the much touted Rancho de Chimayo and shouldn't have. The tour bus in front wasn't enough of a warning sign. But next time it will be.
So it was starting to feel like our plans for the day weren't unfolding as beautifully as all the other days of ...
... the roof with cars behind us, but we came out of it more knowledgeable of life.
The Plaza is a square block park in the middle of downtown with lots of shops and merchant stands and even live music in the evening. We looked around in a lot of stores we couldn't afford, but it was fun to see the really nice jewelry and western goods. The entire area is super beautiful with lots of adobe architecture and has a very welcoming feel. The author of the Game ...
We took it kind of easy today and went on the self-guided walking tour of the original site where the laboratory and housing was located during 1942. The story goes that General Groves and Oppie (as he was called) visited Santa Fe and decided it would be hard to secure a site there. They needed a place that would be secluded and without much population. After all they were going to blow a lot of things up and didn't want any civilian casualties. Oppenheimer ...
You won't believe me, I know, but we walked 3 miles from the rv park to the Los Alamos Historical Museum. (Yes, Diane it was 3 miles!) We later learned there was a free shuttle from the rv park to exactly where we wanted to go. Oh, well, we needed the exercise and we saw interesting things along the way. Our first stop was at the sculpture of J. Robert Oppenheimer and General Leslie Groves. Jens could not resist standing next to them. We then visited ...