Inn At Santa Fe
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Were able to get a seat fairly quickly at the bar, ordered some food and drink and then settled back to watch all the goings on.
There were many different costumes around, some very clever and others from the costume shop but it did seem that most people were having a very good time. Did get out and dance a few rounds and headed for home. Oh, what were we? Freddy Kruger lite, and sister of Spider Woman!!!!!
... it certainly was a little bracing initially but we soon got over that and revelled in the cool, luxurious waters.
After drying off we drove down the main street of Santa Rosa and came across the Route 66 Auto Museum. As we were taking some photos outside, a couple drove up in the most beautifully restored Cadillac car and parked right next to us. We got chatting to them and discovered that they were actually the owners of the Museum and the husband ...
... safety, and keep the scientists away from the local populace. Groves, an officer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, previously oversaw construction of the Pentagon. He knew how to get big things done, and now needed an ultra-secret location to develop an atomic bomb. Meantime, Manhattan Project scientific director J. Robert Oppenheimer had spent much of his youth in the New Mexico area, and suggested the Los Alamos area would make a ...
... br> Went out tonight for dinner at Thunderbird Bar & Grill. Good experience. Watched Olympics, good food and drink. But on the walk back to the hotel, we were again harassed by a bunch of panhandlers. This has happened multiple times since we have been here, including several nasty ones at night. Surprised and disappointed that this is allowed to happen. Definitely ruins the experience.
... back an hour. For the first time this trip we drove on Route 66 when the highway 84 connected us to the I40 which follows the great old road. We stopped in at a souveneir shop and i bought a 'Route 66' shirt.. felt like I deserved it haha.
The plains slowly turned into mountains and canyons as we headed closer to Santa Fe on the I20. Ok, gotta go see what Santa Fe is about.