Americas Best Value Lamplighter Inn of Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... don’t know if I looked like a possible client or he thought that I needed some fashion advice, but he walked around with me for about 5 minutes showing me his creations and describing the fabric, etc. Finally, another client asked him a question and I was free to make my escape! Judy and I decided that only after winning the lottery could we ever afford to buy anything in most of the shops on the plaza. Of course, it’s Santa ...
... will head for Page AZ via Farminton, NM. Looks like there is lots to see in Page and we will probably stay there for a couple of days. We have now come to understand just how overly ambitious our initial plans were. And the weather in S. Utah, where we had originally planned to go, is still iffy this time of year, it can freeze at night. So the new plan is Page, onto Zion and then relax on the way to ...
... look around the Farmers Market followed by a drive up to Museum Hill where we visited the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Very well presented and stylish and interesting. Lots of artwork of different kinds eg pottery, baskets, musical instruments, jewelry and also a special exhibition telling the story of the native Americans in the south west's oldest communities. We learned a lot and a lot more than from yesterday's visit to the pueblo. Gerogia ...
... Hiraga on the Food Tour, they mentioned pottery that you could put in the microwave, oven, and on the stove. We were intrigued and found Café Pasqual Gallery selling the ceramics. The bean pots are made of micaceous clay found in the mountains about 3 hours from Santa Fe. They are amazing pots. Here is a link that describes it. http://www.examiner.com/article/the-sur prising-art-of-micaceous-cooking-potter y
We move on to Santa Fe to stay with Kristen Van Horn, who is the daughter of our friends Barb and Rick Van Horn in State College, Pa.