La Quinta Inn Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the city was laid out around a central plaza with a radiating grid of streets extending from the plaza. The city imposed a unified building style-that of a Spanish Pueblo Revival Look in which the homes and businesses have the earth-toned adobe look (stucco). It's all very cool!
... Leonore & Florestan and their quest to be reunited. Set curiously circa 1944 the set at times include a variety of Nazi references jumped on by the Santa Fe reviewers. The Opera itself is an "open air" structure, although to be sure you could never get wet if it rained. High tech sub titles, a superb orchestra, the brilliant voices of two better known opera stars supported by a terrific supporting cast. We did ...
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... that we drove and had another walk on the Mesa to the end point above the canyon, with sweeping views. Truly beautiful. Arrived back in Santa Fe, relaxed a bit then went to another of the recommended restaurants by Lisi's friend. La Boca - a very good modern Spanish restaurant. One of our best meals. Fabulous. John and Carole had paella, and Amr and I had tapas. Yum. During the relaxation time before dinner, Amr and I went to check on the special ...
... and crumbling rock with deep red-rust colors. We both remarked that neither of us had seen territory like it before.
The first stop on the New Mexican voyage was Santa Fe. This is a city of three personalities--one is the new-age-y, kooky caucasian artist and/or would-be artist type; while another is the well-to-do retired or semi-retired adventurist; and the third would be the local looking somewhat bemused at the first two ...