Adobe Inn & Studios
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We were excited to arrive at Mark & Sandy's new home were they have recently retired to in the mountains of Santa Fe. For those who don't know, Mark is one of Bern's Med-school buddies and long time close friend. Mark & Sandy are wonderful hosts and as you will see by the photos they have also have a wonderul home. It is like being at a Westin or Ritz Carlton Resort ...
... area was just a tad small, the over-flow diners were seated at the long, dining table in the living room which people did not seem to mind.
Herb came over to my table. I told him that I wanted to go out and explore and he gave me the directions to the "Plaza" which was the place I wanted to go because of the Native American Indians that were supposed to be there.
After the leisurely breakfast, I got up and ...
... pretty much every elixir before we each settled on our favourite. I went for a Chilli Chocolate one, which was delicious and had just the right amount of kick for me. I also succumbed to the need for a peanut butter brownie… Very full of chocolate we decided to wander down towards the main plaza where The Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi is.
In 1598 Franciscan Friars entered what is now New Mexico, accompanied by the Spanish colonists who ...
... same tents in about 14 hours.
After breakfast we hit the road for the Carlsbad Caverns. They were truly massive and pretty amazing, and we ended up walking around inside of them for over an hour. It was pretty steep in sections, but it was pretty fun to make pictures and faces out of all the rocky formations.
After the caverns, we headed down into Roswell, where there is a UFO museum. Some of the girls walked around inside (I on the other hand ...
... of Santa Fe was originally occupied by a number of Pueblo Indian villages with founding dates between 1050 to 1150.
In the early 20th century artists and writers, as well as retirees, were attracted to the cultural richness of the area, the beauty of the landscapes and its dry climate. Local leaders began promoting the city as a tourist attraction. The city sponsored architectural restoration projects and erected new buildings according to ...