La Quinta Inn Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... much in silence, seeing as pretty much everyone's luggage was wet, and the clothes we were wearing were the driest ones that we had. To top it all off, as we finished packing the van, it stopped raining.
Instead of a 'make your own' breakfast, Kate drove us down the road to a place called 'Happy's' in an attempt to get us to smile after such a poopy start to the day. It sort of worked - I got to have pancakes - but we were still cold and wet and had to camp ...
... of Fidelia. Enjoy!
Jake's chilling at home while we head northwest to the guarded village of Los Alamos, the Atomic City, and onward for a picnic & hike at the Bandelier National Monument. The park is 33,000 acres and was established as a national monument in 1916. A series of trails and loops take visitors to the various remains of ancient Pueblo peoples. Archeological evidence indicates ...
We started the morning with a brisk hike up to the Cross of the Martyrs providing great views of Santa Fe. We then sought out the secret storefront for the Los Alamos Laboratory where euopean and Nazi scientist were checked-in before heading over to Los Alamos Labs.
We met Keith and his Tibetan Mastiff (Barkley) over at the rail yards. The weather held out longer today which allowed us to visit several restaurants - all of which were closed! We ...
A quiet day - no driving. They predicted some snow in the morning, but it hasn't happened. It has been very cold when walking the streets, but now it is clearing and almost sunny this afternoon. All that we achieved today was finding, finally, the real plaque at 109 E Palace St., in a courtyard hidden behind some souvenir artwork!! But at least that is now off our minds (and I feel like telling the other people at ...
... 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 ...