Quality Inn Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Nice Older Hotel. Large Clean Room. Good Chinese Food Next Door.
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This morning we were off to a late start as the bats kept us up late last night. We really enjoyed Carlsbad Caverns, but it's time time to move on. We are headed to Colorado on our final leg of this tour, before we make the turn home. But first we have one more night in Santa Fe, New Mexico. By 9:30 we were finally on the road. the wind was quiet …
... ever built. Many of the stories that you read about the Wild West (and specifically Billy the Kid) happened along the Santa Fe Trail.
One of the things I loved most about Santa Fe was the mix of cultures present in the city. The Navajo, Acoma, and Apachee Indians laid out blankets full of handmade pottery, kachina dolls, and turquoise jewelry to sell to tourists outside the Governor’s Palace. Men fully decked out in cowboy gear ...
... we saw. So it was good to see it with the grandkids. It is a large building with many items of true interest. And having been to Taos, seeing the Bent and Carson houses, we were interested to find the histories tied together.
Dinner was Lotta Burger; we were not so hungry and after many meals of New Mexican food kids wanted a change. Unfortunately, outside of California, there seem to be no protein style or lettuce wrap burgers so I didn’t try the Lotta.
... hotel. When we showed up we got seated out in the hall way because we did not have a reservation. We didn't mind though, especially because the food was phenomenal! I had mango gazpacho as an appetizer, and then had some red chile pork tamales, which were to die for! My mom had a piece of pork ribeye in a chipotle sauce, that was the best piece of pork either of us had ever had! And for dessert, I opted for the Mexican ...