La Quinta Inn Santa Fe

Address: 4298 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4298 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, is near Museum of Fine Arts, Rodeo de Santa Fe, Rockin' Rollers Event Arena, and NM, Santa Fe - Santa Fe Quilting.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Fe


    A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 11, 2015

    7 photos

    ... for the time and some of the design considerations still perplex experts today. At the behest of one of the nuns, banisters were added to the staircase later as the climb to the top was considered perilous without one. It is pretty cool, but I think it was far more impressive prior to the banisters being installed. The nuns should have had more faith that they wouldn’t fall off!

    We had lunch in the Thunderbird which was very yummy, but I think my body ...

    Wet 'n' Wild

    A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Sep 18, 2014

    ... rain cover was sticking to the side of the tent and dripping inside.

    My pillow started getting wet, my sleeping mat was feeling damp, and then there were pools of water starting to build all over our tent. It got harder and harder to lie down, so we both ended up squatting awkwardly in the middle of our tent to try and stay dry. By 3.30am we'd had enough. we put our sleeping mats in the very middle of the tent, put our luggage on top of the mats, and left ...

    Bandelier; Bob Goes to School & Fidelia

    A travel blog entry by robertjohncook1 on Jul 23, 2014

    36 photos

    ... 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 ...

    It’s Now a Two Million Dollar Highway!

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Jun 04, 2014

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... safety, and keep the scientists away from the local populace. Groves, an officer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, previously oversaw construction of the Pentagon. He knew how to get big things done, and now needed an ultra-secret location to develop an atomic bomb. Meantime, Manhattan Project scientific director J. Robert Oppenheimer had spent much of his youth in the New Mexico area, and suggested the Los Alamos area would make a ...

    Standing on the Corner in Winslow Arizona

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Dec 08, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... I can get it to 65 - so you can imagine these good old boys in their pickups blowing by at 85 mph - a couple of times I was going to get out of the truck because I thought I had pulled it over to the shoulder.

    We've seen lots of those yellow animal warning signs - we've seen cow, steer, deer, elk, bull - what's next - the only thing we have seen is a few birds and one road kill. We're very surprised ...