Inn on the Paseo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInn on the Paseo Santa Fe
Inn on the Paseo is a comfortable, relaxing place to stay. Breakfast was yummy and filling, a good start to the day.
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Our ever thoughtful and great tour guide (Mark!) suggested we go up to the Santa Fe Ski Resort which is located on the Sangre de Cristos Mountains. There are year-round hiking trails and also fantastic views which he knew I would love for getting scenic photos. It did not disappoint and was a great way to spend the morning :)
... old like they had been there forever. I also notice the window frames and doors that were painted "Blue". I wondered about that until I read that it is to keep the "Evil" spirits away. Hey anything to keep that away.
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I had emails going back and forth because of the arrival time of my flight. It was going to be after midnight and I wanted to be sure that someone would be there to greet me. I was ...
... why Hayley had to create an outfit out of what was accessible from her bag after taking the plunge! I’ve posted a video with this entry so you can see how much fun we had. It’s these little random stops that made our driving day so much more fun than usual!
After driving along yet more pretty roads marvelling at the gorgeous New Mexico scenery we finally arrived at the house in Eldorado, just outside Santa Fe. It’s a very ...
... there were a few horses in the yards ... and a zebra! Cruised along the road, veering east as a group of pick-ups went passed. Short time later we crossed the Canon Largo creek bed and then entered Apache Reservation land and passed the Lindrith gas pumping station, sticking pretty close to the original Trail. Today there is a lot of infrastructure along the valley, all of it part of the San Juan Basin oil Field.
Picked up (Dirt Road) DR7, which parallels ...
Chip announced in exercise class there was a Christmas Eve matinee at the Lensic. Decided to go enjoy some culture and rode the bus downtown. When we walked up to the ticket window to purchase tickets, a woman came up and said she had two tickets that were not going to be used and would we like them. Sure.
Very enjoyable concert. Because it was a matinee, many people had brought children in hopes of introducing them to ...