Motel 6 Santa Fe
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I liked the amenities of this location for the price. They offered a nice continental breakfast like pour prepared batter from machine into mold and waffles 2 minutes later. They have a pool and hot tub. My problems were the ice machine was a long trip from the room and the backdoor of hotel slammed loudly til midnight. We were closest to it. Room was clean.
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... display of the Navajo Codetalkers of World War II. The last of the code talkers died recently so this is an more important part of our history. Next to this Burger King is a museum of more history and well worth the stop to take it all in. From there you head on to Page Arizona and across the dam to the Wahweap Marina on Lake Powell, our destination.
... Nagasaki in Japan were created and developed here. It was code named the Manhattan Project and the brightest minds from all over the world went to Los Alamos to help out with the research. It was very interesting to go this place, as a major world changing device was created here. We also had a look at the museum there where we watched a film all about the Manhattan Project and it explained how everyone in Los Alamos during the Second World War had something ...
... Chocolate House – salted caramel chocolate and green chile chocolate, and chocolate elixirs The tour was within a 3-4 block radius of the Santa Fe Plaza. It was a great way to try some different dishes and learn a little about Santa Fe.
And, speaking of small worlds, another couple, Ethel and Mike Hiraga, were on the tour with us. Turns out that they are from San Jose, California. Well, Ethel is originally ...
... are very beautiful churches in the area. We went into the main Catholic Cathedral and soaked in the beauty of the place for a while. There is another very famous church with an 'immaculate staircase.' The story goes that when the church was built, the floor level was too small to build a traditional staircase to the balcony. The church brought in many area carpenters, but they all said it would be impossible. The nuns of the church prayed for a solution for ...
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A to Z New Mexico architectural and decorating terms
- Adobe – a building material traditionally made of mud and straw, modern practice is to use sand and clay
- Bancos – low (earthen) benches, built into the walls for seating
- Banos – bathrooms
- Canale – water spout ...