Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder
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... somewhat intrigued and asked the barman if there was any relationship to the guy in the picture as there was a family resemblance. It turned out that Sergeant Angelo S Klonis was his father and the image was one of the most famous taken in the War and ergo had become an extremely well known image in the US.
By now we were feeling somewhat squiffy so thought it was best to call it a night and head off to bed so we could do some more exploring tomorrow. We are loving Santa ...
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... straight to the pueblo. What an amazing place. This pueblo is quite a contrast to the ones we had seen high up in the cliff sides. This was a large community of adobe buildings, some several storeys high, and originally built more than 1000 years ago. There is now a church which came when the Spanish arrived, and there are doors which would not be original....and there are 150 people who still live there permanently. ...
... and Ponderosa pines contained within steep, towering walls.
Monday was a marathon day of driving, made so very worthwhile by our arrival to the beautiful home and wonderful hospitality of Pat and Fred Schaum in Santa Fe. Suddenly we were sleeping in dreamy beds, eating amazing food cooked by Pat, and wallowing in the warmth of family, including Dan's cousin Chris Schaum, his daughter Eliza and ...
... in 1610, Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in the US ~ ands features the oldest home, the oldest church and the oldest public building in the country.
This vibrant destination is a place of love, food, art, culture, antiquity and people. It's a place of winding, narrow streets lined with ancient red adobe building that blaze brilliantly against the turquoise blue sky. It is a place of energy, and also of healing and restoration.