La Quinta Inn Santa Fe
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Since we had a big lunch we all liked the idea of just doing a few appetizers with drinks while walking around downtown Santa Fe. Our first stop was at the Secreto Bar in the historic St. Francis Hotel. I tried their Dragon Fly Cocktail made with fresh Kiwi, VeeV Acai Spirit, Ty-Ku Liqueur, Lemon Juice, and a hint of pepper - very good! Upon Mark's suggestion, Bern had the Smoked Sage Margarita made with Republic Anejo Tequila with 03 Brazilian Orange Liqueur, lime juice, and sage smoked ...
... Felipe' room. I called the B and B and had them hold it for me which was only a few dollars more a night. It over looked the parking area and the grounds which were nicely done all enclosed in the "color" of Adobe. This was the second time that I had booked a non-Hostel room. The first time was in Istanbul, Turkey at the "Agan" Hotel back in 2011.
Strelza, the night receptionist checked me in. After the formalities, ...
... master bathroom, and that thankfully was amazing. Nice and big with lots of power so that woke me up enough to go and improvise coffee. Basically, I boiled the kettle on the stove and poured the hot water over the grounds, making the world’s strongest coffee ever. It did the trick though, and so I gave Hayley a mug of strong sweetened coffee and sent her off to have a bath, which Alex very gentlemanly drew for her even finding candles to set around the tub.
... next door.
Cheers to all that were involved and then we walked over to the Health Van that was parked there and they did a brief health check, blood pressure, cholesterol, oxygen etc. Had a nice visit with the guy running the place and then went and caught the bus for downtown.
Spent some time walking around the plaza enjoying the beautiful day. There were lots of people out enjoying the sunshine, street musicians and children running around.
... Rio Grande River - one of a number that dot the edge of the river but this one has good views of the stream - GPS 36°17'49.4"N 105°46'24.7"W.
Next day we followed the river south to Santa Fe - the oldest capital in the USA founded in about 1610 - with the oldest building in the USA - the Palace of the Governors. The cathedral was built around the same time. The town was also the start Santa Fe Trail (as well as the end of the OST), which once brought goods ...