Sunrise Springs Inn and Spa

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

Route 66 - Grants to Albuquerque to Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 14, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... quite airy and well lit. I order a buddha bowl (chicken stir fry) and a small glass of iced java. Hinesh had the cobb salad. The java was gross, two sips and I was done. The food however was pretty good. We have a nice lunch on the sidewalk and enjoy chit chatting in the shade.

After lunch we wander around the streets. A bum asks Hinesh for a smoke, when Hinesh tells him he doesn't smoke he asks for spare change and when Hinesh says "sorry" he stops ...

Day of Sightseeing

A travel blog entry by 2togonebraska on Apr 02, 2014

We spent 2 nights in Santa Fe so that we had a day to sight see in the historic section of Santa Fe. Santa Fe is a neat town. We walked most of the day, but did start out using the free shuttle bus to get from where we parked to the Palace of the Governors. The Museum of New Mexico, which is housed in the Palace of the Governors is very well done & definitely worth some time to check it ...

Taos Pueblo

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Dec 20, 2013

... for a bit looking for souvenirs before going to a LP recommended place called Michael's Kitchen to have a Mexican lunch. Ok food, nice place but a bit f a let dn especially for Andreas who had been looking forward to a great feed smallish portions and nit exciting at all. I had a corn tortilla on which there was mince, beans, a bit of cheese and topped with guacamole and sour cream. A drive to a suspension bridge with fantastic views over Taos plateau and down to the Rio Grande. At ...

Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Oct 07, 2013

33 photos

... Santa Fe was established in the 1610 by the Spaniards. It is the second oldest city after St. Augustine, FL. It is the highest state capital in elevation at 7000 feet above sea level. The Palace of the Governors across from the Plaza is the oldest standing public building in the US. Has so much history and we want to see more tomorrow. Many old homes and businesses have been converted to other businesses, like the gas station that is now ...

Through the High Desert of the Southwest

A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa on Sep 15, 2013

10 photos

... as us--the tourists).

The city center of Santa Fe is pretty unique. The stucco adobe houses--some of them authentic, others copies--all fit into a fabric of beige and brown, with the occasional wood detail painted pink or blue or yellow. There are old Spanish missions, several public parks, and swirls of narrow streets all leading to a circular plaza with a miniature obelisk at its center. This area was truly beautiful and ...