Hampton Inn & Suites Los Alamos
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Peak (8,278 feet) which felt horribly hard with pumped, lactic filled legs. To finish off we rolled down another long, beautiful eight mile descent to El Rito which took our tally to 60 miles and who knows how many miles and feet of ascent and descent. Because we weren't exactly sure how far we would get in this New Mexico terrain, we had earmarked five possible camp spots: the first came too soon so we pushed on; the second had no water as the creek was dry; and at the ...
... alone: no one peeked out a window, no dogs slept in the minimal shade, no birds twittered. Had we missed the message about evacuating because of some unknown doom?
We wandered into an open gallery hoping get directions to the O'Keefe home. No one was there! We were studying the eclectic assortment of wood carvings, portraits on wood, and jewelry creations when the gallery owner appeared and pointed toward the home. But there was a catch: the home is ...
... to the camp site amidst a spectacular sunset for showers and bed time. It is pretty cool getting to bed at 21h00. Pam decided to do some washing mid-camping fortnight so was up a little later - turned out to be much later as the drier was temperamental to say the least. Both Pam and I have picked up a head cold which is slightly annoying to say the least but none of the kids seem affected so let's hope it stays that ...
... Governors on the Plaza. Million shops in the area and we browsed thru a number.
Late afternoon visited Loretto Chapel and San Miguel Mission Church which is one of the country's oldest churches in continued use. It was built in 1610. Nearby was the oldest house in Santa Fe which looked like it. Could only view it from the outside.
Had dinner at 500 ...
We went on an awesome hike at Valle Calderas! Probably about three miles round trip or so. We started up in the woods and hiked down to an amazing clearing. We saw scat and tracks from a large variety of animals - bear, deer, elk, maybe coyote, etc. It was gorgeous! There are really cool grasshoppers that look like a butterfly when they fly and sound slightly like a rattle snake. Made for a little more caution around rocks since there are rattlesnakes in these mountains. ...