Americas Best Value Lamplighter Inn of Santa Fe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... over $100 for their pottery.
In Santa Fe,we visited the oldest church (San Miguel Mission est 1620) and oldest house (est early 1600's or before). We walked around the Plaza area a bit and went into some shops. The area hasn't changed much since we visited with Brenda and Kim in 1970. We had our 49th anniversary dinner at "the Shed". This very popular spot was great. We had a fabulous Mexican meal with excellent atmosphere and service. ...
... Also dragged Charlie into a few clothes shops on his Bday - seems a bit mean but we are getting very low on clean clobber now . I am taking a miss on buying anything here though with an average price of $100 for a dress! I did manage to buy a couple of pairs of socks and also wash a few out and dry them on the patio - Charlie says I am embarrassing him by turning our posh room into a launderette! We felt like a ...
... I have to say one of my highlights was meeting one of our tour guides Marci, who must have been my best friend in my past life.
In Santa Fe, I didn't get my own hotel room. Therefore, I slept on the pull out bed. Ed's snoring kept me up till 3 am. I was debating sleeping in the bathroom, but decided to cowgirl up.
... once we get into the middle of Nob Hill. As we get off, we are not too impressed by Nob Hill. It just looks like a typical main street. There were no trendy cafes or shops, they were ok but nothing to write home about. There was a cool (cool for a nerd like me) mural around the corner from a comic store (Astro Zombies) that had all the super heroes and villains. It even had Obi Won vs Darth Vader.
We have lunch at the Flying Star cafe. This was a ...
... Size KitKat. Stopped in Gullop for a beer at El Rancho an old prosperous hotel and looked around the town, a town right on the border on north-east of New Mexico. Carried on to Albuquerque where we did a whistle stop tour of the Breaking Bad locations including: Los Pollos Hermanos- a down and out fast-food restaurant A1 Car Wash- otherwise known as Octopus Wash Walter White's House- a ...