La Quinta Inn Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for the shop to open we made our way round the corner to 'Earthfire Gems'.
The lady in Earthfire was very friendly, however I knew the real treasures were in Dinosaurs and More. We perused the cabinets and shelves for a while and then left to see if Dinosaurs and More had opened, sadly it hadn't. It was already 11am, why weren't they open, where were they!
We walked down the street and grabbed a coffee from Starbucks and I began to ...
... 1829, just eight years after Mexico had gained independence from Spain, Antonio Armijo led a caravan of 60 men and 100 pack mules from what we call Santa Fe, the then provincial capital of New Mexico, to the Mission San Gabriel in California, east of Los Angeles. The journey took about 12 weeks to reach California and six weeks to return.
They were following part of the route established by the 1776 Dominguez - Escalante Expedition. That early group had taken ...
... American War, purchase of NM, AZ, CA, NV by US for $5 million in 1846. Became a state in 1912 (47th). Real shame - can you imagine the US without California? But, I digress. Then, the tour got ugly :-) Went up Canyon Road, at least one mile solid of VERY upscale art galleries. I watched Jane's face. Of course, when the tour was over, we lunched, then went back to Canyon Road. I must admit, ...
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... did. We sped out through town, took a frontage road between I-40 and the train and knew we were gaining on it. We were catching up with it and counting down the carriages, getting ever nearer to overtaking the four giant diesel locomotives pulling this mile long train. We were making such good progress and knew it wouldn't be too long until we found a railroad crossing where we could stop and wave to the driver who would be sure to pull that horn John loves so much. We were going so ...