Americas Best Value Lamplighter Inn of Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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To end the night Mark & Sandy invited some neighbors over for dinner that they thought we would enjoy meeting and we sure did have a great time chatting with these interesting and fun women! Proves that ages has no limit for good friends and fellowship :) ...
... in the United States.
Hayley calmly drove us around the plaza area until we were able to figure out parking, which ironically was pay and display just like in England! First time we have encountered something so normal here in America! Then we walked around casually, just stopping in whatever shops and galleries took our fancy. I had given Alex my phone as it had a walking map on it and he led the way, whilst filling my phone with selfies. We stopped into ...
... a lot into one day. This is something that has been a frequent issue on our trip - not enough time to do and see all we want to do and see. We also visited the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. It was built between 1869 and 1886 in the French Romanesque Revival Style. We had heard Canyon Road in Santa Fe and had to make a token visit even though we were out of time. ...
... across the mesa top, walked in the carved out paths made by the ancient Pueblo people, saw the best petroglyphs we have encountered in the Southwest. The beautiful red sand and green sagegrass, the smell of pinon pine in the air, the incredible blue skies with enormous clouds, views that reach 3 mountain ranges: everyone voted this to be one of our best hikes ever. After Tsankawi we were planning to drive up to Rancho de Taos to photograph the ...
A rest day of little driving and exploring Santa Fe. In my top 3 US cities with Boston and San Diego. Beautiful, small, quaint, traditional, interesting, green city with an Historic Plaza where musicians play, police officers stop for lunch at the fajita wagon and Indians sell their jewellery. The jewellery is called Indian, the people are Native Americans, locally they are referred to as Indians, probably this is not very PC. We ...