Sunrise Springs Inn and Spa

Address: 242 Los Pinos Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505, United States | 4 star inn
 
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This 4 star inn, located on 242 Los Pinos Road, Santa Fe, is near El Rancho de las Golondrinas and Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe

Last Days Fall Colors Santa Fe Capital Area

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Nov 10, 2014

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No class today so took full advantage of the beautiful sunshiny day to be outside. Had set up a massage and took the bus to the stop closest to shere we were going and then walked the rest of the way enjoying the beautiful weather.

After the massage decided to head downtown to get something to eat. Walked another direction and caught the bus and ...

Santa Fe - Dinosaurs & More

A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 11, 2014

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... of Santa Fe was originally occupied by a number of Pueblo Indian villages with founding dates between 1050 to 1150.

In the early 20th century artists and writers, as well as retirees, were attracted to the cultural richness of the area, the beauty of the landscapes and its dry climate. Local leaders began promoting the city as a tourist attraction. The city sponsored architectural restoration projects and erected new buildings according to ...

Through the Land of Enchantment

A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Jul 23, 2014

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... one responsible for buying the cars (usually in some state of disrepair) and renovating them to either put in the museum or to sell. The gorgeous green Cadillac that we had seen earlier could have been ours for $26,000 but alas it wasn’t meant to be, so with one last look and a final photo we jumped back into our generic car and headed out back onto Route 66.

Our next stop was a little gem of a place – Las Vegas! No not that one, the Las Vegas ...

The Old Spanish Trail to Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 06, 2014

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... is looking a bit tired and would be dead if it wasn't for the oil and gas infrastructure in and around the town. Crossed the San Juan River here, which was shallow but still flowing pretty strongly, even though there is a fairly large dam up the river a few miles.

Found our route south, this being the Canon Largo Rd which is pretty good dirt even though it was a little corrugated in places and there were lots of tracks heading off to gas heads and ...

Petrified forest and painted desert

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Dec 19, 2013

... a film which really helped us appreciate the uniqueness of the area and in particular the petrified trees which date back to the Triassic period 225 million years ago. At the museum we walked the trails around the grey badland hills seeing beautiful crystals hidden in a large number of petrified logs of all shapes and sizes. We drove through the park and stopped frequently admiring all sorts of things. The Blue Mesa my favourite where Andreas and myself ventured down into the ...