Inn At Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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I think this has been our best driving day so far.
We decided to spend the day stopping at random Route 66 attractions and just taking our time getting to Santa Fe. Since breakfast at the motel was rubbish we went back on our route from yesterday a few miles to The Big Texan Steak Ranch, a massive themed restaurant, motel and gift store. Our waitress Michelle was lovely and gave us all free souvenir cups and just generally made the morning ...
... 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 ...
... Rio Grande winding its way through the canyons.
Each of our trips into the central plaza of Santa Fe takes us past the Santa Fe School of Cooking. A curiosity trip ends with registering for a Southwest Cuisine cooking class. Fourteen tourists along the two chefs from the SF Community College Culinary Program for three hours of info, slice, dice, chop & knead before enjoying the fruits of our efforts. ...
... as a 2007 film of the same name, which won four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Click here to watch the trailer for No Country for Old Men. Ray and I are residents of Santa Fe for the next 12 hours. Tonight, we celebrate our Ride in the Rockies, which officially ends in Santa Fe, elevation 7,260 feet. We dine at the Olive Garden, a bookend experience: on the first night of our first trip together in 2009, we ate at the ...
... the grand canyon tomorrow. God showed us the most amazing thing while driving west on 40. we hit it just right so that we saw the sun set completly 6 times! once before i was driving on 40 near the tenn line and saw it set 4 times. my first real regret is that we were within 20 miles of where forrest fenn buried or hid 1 mil+ worth of treasure and i didnt remember it until we left. dang it! on a side note when you are hiking among mt lions and coyotes tote the ...