Americas Best Value Lamplighter Inn of Santa Fe
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... This small church founded in 1816 is the most important pilmagrage center in the United States. It's famous for the curative properties of "holy dirt" located inside the sacristy.
We then headed to Santa Fe. Passed by a few casinos and Camel Rock. Checked into the Residence Inn and then headed out to explore Santa Fe. We just drove around, partly down the Old Santa Fe Trail.
For pictures of the route through First People's lands between Santa Fe and Page please see post in last blog http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en tries/malonetravels2/20/1417966106/tpod .html
This post is a segue from the Santa Fe fall fun series to this series of pictures and stories. We left Santa Fe one fine ...
... it and overall I enjoyed it, Laura enjoyed her taco's without chilli, sensible girl! We had apple pie for pudding which was perfect for what we craved, seen as the included meals in the tour are whatever we cook, means not much in the way of good puddings. Always nice for some home comforts when we get chance. Back to the campsite for sleep before another long days driving.
... 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 ...
... it, she dropped us off the headed back to camp. Meanwhile the rest of us stumbled upon a salsa in the park party and joined for a while before heading to Tamasitas for some tex mex. Luckily i ordered well and it wasn't too spicey. We washed our food down with a couple jugs of sangria then carried on our chatter at camp. Poor Clara was still suffering and later that even noël, yongi and jack were also ill! Fingers crossed it doesn't catch any ...