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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... hands on. Oscar and I enjoyed trying to spot the camouflaged creatures spread around the rest of the place – my favourite being the ‘walking stick’ insects.
After the bug museum, we wandered around Santa Fe, looking at yoga, jewellery and art and feeding the children ice-cream and pizza whenever they complained. We were tempted into buying a small picture of aspen trees, set on ...
... restored ruins including housing and cave dwellings. There were amazing petroglyphs and really nice trails, despite flooding and storms in the area from the previous years. We hiked to the Alcove House, which required climing four ladders for a total of 140 feet. To most adventurous types (and many children under 12), that probably sounds ridiculously easy, but for someone afraid of heights (me), it was a bit scary. Either way, I made it to the top and it ...
... perseverance paid off and at stop six we found a very good place at a reasonable price. With taxes we are paying $137. Including continental breakfast and wifi. Great big room and much more lime a hotel than a motel. Dinner at Taco Bell. We wanted to try a McDonald's of mexican food and now we have and now we don't need to do that again. I ate a burrito which was pretty bland and not even hit enough. A full on day which left us with long lasting memories, A truly great day of ...
... and gardens (review here: http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserRevi ews-g60958-d143971-r170468499-Randall_D avey_Audubon_Center-Santa_Fe_New_Mexico .html).
We came back to the room to cool off and then head back down to the Plaza area. It is really convenient to be walking distance, especially on Saturday when it is so busy. Our first stop was the Georgia O'Keefe Museum since Kaylee has an interest ...
... wide open spaces and rocky outcrops in this cow- raising country ... Whitetail deer grazed nearby the railroad .. horses roamed here and there, anywhere with a creek and tree cover as many areas are very dry and it is HOT !
There were occasional abandoned rail side homesteads and for a long way just a few operational ranches/small holdings. I didn't see any roads or cars or people for more than an hour ... ...