Americas Best Value Lamplighter Inn of Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... start but is well worth it. On our way to Santa Fe, New Mexico we are planning on stopping at the Gila Cliff Dwellings. I have high expectations for shopping in Santa Fe as I heard it is amazing.
January 17th, we stopped at the Gila Cliff Dwellings. It was very remarkable. The ruins dated back over 12,000 years and are ...
... background from the local art festival and a metal hummingbird gilded with molten copper. Both of those will remind us of our summer in
America. Astrid was tempted by a pair of earrings made by native Indians. They are beautiful and I have been coveting them ever since.
In the evening we consulted Tripadvisor to find out where to go for dinner, and discovered that last night’s ...
... of mud to protect the dwellings from the weather. Very quiet with hardly any people around. Areas were restricted from access and i assume people lived there to avoid being like animals at the zoo. A few dogs and one place was open where we bought hugely overpriced traditional bread. Interesting place and an interesting experience and something you could expect to see in a less developed country but most definitely not in the US. Basically very primitive mud shacks. See photos! Walked ...
... a must see.
We also walked by the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. When they built the church, they didn’t complete it due to a lack of funding. You can see that there are no steeples.
We had lunch today at Palacio Café for our last New Mexican meal. Chicken enchiladas for me (no rice and beans for me), and huevos rancheros for Dick. What a great meal!
When we met Mike ...
... group with that name.
Sean bought his knife he has been after for ages - it was made by a man called Ken Patterson who is the prodigy of Ted Miller (deceased) who was an Indian famous for his knives. See photos attached.
There's a great farmer's Market next door so after a couple of very authentic margarita's at the "SHED", we headed back to have dinner and drinks at the pool of the hotel. The choices available ...