Comfort Inn & Suites Los Alamos
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... in Michigan.
Our last night was celebratory, but had to end. After a restful sleep at Jill's house we packed the car in the morning and drove the last leg, home to Sedona. Again, the weather was delightful. The drive is an easy one that takes about 6 hours at a leisurely pace.
We arrived home in the early afternoon in plenty of time to unload, unpack, and settle down until the next planned excursion. Right now it looks like that will be in two ...
... US. It’s lovely with a high alter, balcony for the choir, and carved wooden Stations of the Cross around the walls. Across the street is the oldest house in Santa Fe part of which is a real estate office.
Next we made our way to the Plaza in the center of the historic district. It’s a large green space with shops, galleries and restaurants encircling it. Today there was a fiesta atmosphere with lots of people ...
... in the United States. In the morning, the plaza is quiet and mostly empty.
Within a few hours, native Americans fill the area in the front of the palace to sell their turquoise and other wares.
In the morning, we took a bike ride along the Santa Fe river. There wasn't much water to be seen, given that ...
... only buildings that had bath tubs). Many workers who came later on lived in barracks hastily built by the Army and mobile homes. There is one story of a young single physicist who was boarded at the men's barracks and was told he would have a roommate. To discourage this he placed a woman's nightgown on the second bed and ruffled up the covers to make it look like someone else lived in his room. The word got out that he had female company in his room and he got into ...
... Museum which is housed in the oldest continually inhabited structure in Los Alamos, the guest cottage for the Los Alamos Ranch School.
Let me explain. "First inhabited by the ancestors of Northern New Mexico's pueblo, Los Alamos is located on the Pajarito Plateau of the Jemez Mountains, formed by eruptions of a giant volcano more than a million years ago. Prehistoric Pueblo ancestors and later Hispanic homesteaders used the plateau for ...