Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder
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... a sort of Mountainous region (there is a Ski resort not far) it is really hot in the day but in the evening the temperature drops massively, it was freezing! in fact despite me having got burnt yesterday, we have woken up this morning to SNOW! This place is insane weather wise! Off to buy a cowboy hat today tho, i finally understand why they do wear them.
We also have the shortest drive today too. Only a one hour drive, to Alburqurque.
... took a walk down town. We saw more box houses along the way. Santa Fe reminds me of a Mexican Leura. Its pretty and there are quaint little shops and a lot of art galleries. There is a plaza that looks a lot like Parque Central in Antigua. There are even street vendors on the corners selling fajitas, but they cost $6 each, you could have gotten 10 of those for that price in Antigua. We see a couple of churches including the oldest church in America. We also see ...
Up early as usual these days to Patrick's nightmare. He limes his sleep ins! Continental breakfast on styrofoam plates but the room itself fantastic. Slept really well and ad a wonderful hot shower before breakfast. Away early and drove a scenic route to Taos which took the better part if two hours. We were the first to arrive to the pueblo and did not meet a single tourist until we had had enough and was about to walk back to the car park. The pueblo, Unesco heritage listed since 1992, ...
... on the square in Old Taos, while I sat in the big gazebo in the center of the square and imagined what the town must have looked like 300 years ago when the Spanish founded it. I have also always been intrigued by the life of Kit Carson, one of the truly great old West characters in American history, who lived here. We ate lunch at the "Gorge" Restaurant in the heart of town and it ...
... through Taos, but by then our rain conjuring abilities had kicked in and it was raining very hard so we drove straight into Santa Fe.
It is strange how different states have different expectations for how fast to set the speed limit. I consistently found myself (typically a lead foot) driving under the speed limit in Colorado. How people can drive 65 MPH on curvy roads with no shoulders and lots ...