The Hacienda And Spa At Hotel Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... American ruins carved out of the soft volcanic tufa rock. Had a bit of excitment when we saw our first rattlesnake, and everyone really enjoyed climbing up and down homemade kiva ladders, exploring caves and crossing the river on wooden slabs, since the bridges got washed out from devestating floods following wildfires that burned 2/3 of the park a couple of years ago. Actually got a "thanks for bringing us here, Mom" from both kids, a ...
... skies opened up. It was pretty much a downpour but we grabbed a couple of umbrella, headed to Sonic for some happy hour nourishment then hit plaza.
Oh my, a mecca of shopping - tons of turquoise, Indian dolls, clothes, artwork.. more and more and more! It was a bit overwhelming and everything started to look the same! I was going to buy some jewelry but there was just too much to look at, we spent our ...
... road up ahead, secrets whisper, years come and go,
Dreams drift away.
I am the journey, you are the journey, and we may never pass this way again.
See the USA in your Chevrolet, America's the greatest land of all.
They say we may never pass this way again, so, let's make a date today to see
The USA. Yes!
But, when I leave, I'll be a long time gone, Darlin'.
... got to make my own beaded bracelet from scratch, we found a shop filled with buckets, trays and bowls of different beads which you choose to create your unique piece of jewellery (Sunny was obviously as excited as me when I spent 1hr picking out the best beads - lol). My bracelet cost me a handsome $4 and I love it. We are now on our way to Holbrook in Arizona, we shall gain an hour in time and my current view is once again breathtaking. ...
Topped the evening off with a short drive to a locally recommended diner called "Blue Moon Cafe" which had 5 tables all full. Food was great although the service was a little sketchy especially when the lone server wished us "good luck" in getting the cheque at the end of the meal. Food was great and as usual the kids were really good and the other patrons were all very quiet listening to the foreign ...