Adobe Inn & Studios
Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
... don’t know if I looked like a possible client or he thought that I needed some fashion advice, but he walked around with me for about 5 minutes showing me his creations and describing the fabric, etc. Finally, another client asked him a question and I was free to make my escape! Judy and I decided that only after winning the lottery could we ever afford to buy anything in most of the shops on the plaza. Of course, it’s Santa ...
... about 20 feet. Arrived at Rancheros and got a pretty nice site, with a little shade for Randy and sun for Kindy. We are just laying around for the rest of the day and going to go into Santa Fe tomorrow. It is only about 6 mi and they have a special parking lot for RVs. Santa Fe sounds awesome so we will spend the entire day in town and back here for a second night. On Wed, if thing to according to ...
... each. Pretty place similar to but smaller than the Plaza in SF. Back in the car and arrived to Socorro before six where we checked into another EconoLodge. Amazingly large room and we all gathered into it to have a meal consisting of different kinds of frozen pre made dinners a bit after eight eg shopping and relaxing first and Andreas was the good one who went to the motel's gym. Great day and Santa Fe was a fantastic place and one to return to if ...
... together. What a small world! And, BTW – the food was delicious. Too involved in conversation and forgot to take pics.
So, today, we started with a Food Tour of Santa Fe. It was a progressive lunch of 5 places. And, each dish had some green chili as an ingredient.
- La Casa Sena, housed in a house that was built by a Santa Fean for his family of 11 kids (his wife gave birth to 22 kids, 11 survived) ...
As the scenery grew increasingly strange in the Texas panhandle, it became clear that our entry into the Southwest was a transition into a totally new territory. However, moving past the previous night's bizarre honky-tonk mania, all of the desolate, somewhat post-apocalyptic landscapes of far northwestern Texas seemed like a fever dream by the time we crossed over into New Mexico. The border areas of New Mexico were equally desolate, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking