Americas Best Value Lamplighter Inn of Santa Fe
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- Swimming pool
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Two months ago we decided to move to Hopkins Belize. After 2 1/2 years of researching many other destinations such as Germany,Switzerland, Costa Rica ,and Ecuador we both agreed Belize was the place we thought would be most inline with our ideal way of life and it seemed like everyone their was happy. We needed a much more laid back environment. We have 4 children our 2 boys are 17 and 16 and our 2 girls ...
... Beautiful stuff but way over our budgets, so just admired it all. Didn't take pictures in Colorado as it was still very mountainous and thought you'd be saturated with them. Did manage to take in some wonderful time at the Pagosa Hot Springs though. Super for the gypsys who needed an evening of r & r. Traveling ...
... mâché bull. It made Pampelonne fete look massive. Santa Fe is charmingly different :-adobe buildings, galleries, Indian art, jewellery and more restaurants than you can shake an enchilada at. Santa Fe is the county's oldest capital and it has real history. The Spanish, having murdered and marginalised the local Indian population, kept them living separately in an early version of apartheid. They then set to converting then to Christianity. Salvation of a sort came when the ...
... etc. I do not have a thesaurus handy, and even if I did, the words that I would find would likely still not do Bandelier justice (or many of the other national landmarks we have seen since and plan to see in the future). My poor husband has to hear me utter these words under my breath many, many times every day - basically around every bend and turn we make.
Anyhow, Bandelier did not disappoint. We hiked the trail through the Frijoles Canyon, which ...
... 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 ...