The Santa Fe Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Santa Fe Suites
The hotel was in an excellent location. Close to shopping centers and downtown. The room had everything you needed, a kitchen with a fridge, stove, and microwave. Very roomy. The service was extremely good.
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Today was our first tourism day, a day devoted entirely to seeing the sights, shopping the shops, and eating the eats.
After an impossibly difficult run this morning (how do people even do things at 7000 feet of elevation!?), we headed downtown for a full day of activities. First on our itinerary, the houses of God!
We toured three churches that are among the oldest and most interesting in the United States: The Cathedral Church of Saint ...
... would see in USA. They supposedly have the oldest house and church in USA here. I have heard this in 3 cities this year now, but here they claim to have this cathedral since the early 1600s and the people didn't arrive Plymouth Rock until 1610 or so. New Mexico had not entered the union yet, so it was not part of America, but it still existed, so it is the oldest cathedral according to them. There are some ...
... as well. They really do have chile with everything it would seem!
We said our goodbyes to Tucumcari and set off for our final destination for the day, Santa Fe, a place that Chelle was particularly excited to discover. Aside from the noticeable change in the cuisine there has also been a noticeable change in the weather as well. We have definitely reached the hot and humid phase of our road trip with temperatures today scheduled to reach 95 degrees. ...
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July 10, Thursday
Nice trip to Santa Fe this morning. After an ALWAYS wonderful breakfast at DENNY'S, we looked around Santa Fe; did the "tourist walking on the Square thing" (Pete & I looked @ bikes in a nearby bike shop--some 'BIG tires' things with BIG prices) while girls shopped. After a few hours ...
... and immediately set up camp and then headed to a restaurant for tea. Tonight authentic Mexican was on the menu. I had a bit of a mixed plate so I could try a touch of everything. On my plate was a beef taco, Spanish rice, refried beans, cheese enchilada and a talande I think it was called. It was so delicious and of course I had the chili on the side. After tea we were preparing for a very cold night with a low in the minuses. So we all rugged up an hit the ...