Hilton Santa Fe Golf Resort & Spa at Buffalo Thunder
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An early start to get food and petrol at Walmart, means we're on the road by 8.30 am, I am keen to get to our hotel and lay by the pool all afternoon. And by my calculations and the impending clock change when we hit New Mexico, we can be there by 1/2pm! We have been in the states a week, and have two left, and we're already content with the things …
... spa, The Eldorado. If we ever return this is the place.
Last night we had dinner in a cabaret restaurant. The talent rivaled Broadway. The piano player was beyond great and the girls voices were mesmerizing.. I LOVE Santa Fe.
... with linear rays in four directions. The circular ring binds everything together in the circle of life. The New Mexico salute refers to "the Zia symbol of perfect friendship among united cultures". ---State of New Mexico Capitol Brochure
But most interesting in the capitol is the artwork. New Mexico, Santa Fe and Taos especially, is very artistic. There are more than 125 galleries in Santa Fe alone. Well, the state capitol ...
... better directions. But we made it. It is cool but sunny and a lovely campsite.
Tomorrow we are going to explore Santa Fe and on Monday we will head toward Los Alamos. Along the way are some National Parks and sites to see where a reserve has been established for Elk. There is a large herd and there should be some babies too.
Talk to you tomorrow.
Rita & Jens
PS: We both miss you, Diane! Thank you for everything. Remember Denmark next year!
... from groups of hunters and gatherers who came to the region over 10,000 years ago. We were able to climb ladders up and into several of their cave-like homes which were built into the sheer cliffs of Frijoles Canyon. It's believed the rich and elaborate village life reached its height of development in the late 1400's. By the mid-1500's the people moved on, settling into new homes in villages along the Rio Grande River. Soon afterward ...
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