Days Inn Santa Fe
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- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... We have reservations at Roadrunner RV Park in Pojoaque, which is about 15 miles north of Santa Fe. Thank goodness Drena told us about the bypass around Santa Fe, so we didn’t have to drive through the city. The RV park has no amenities, but the manager and Matt, his employee, were very helpful and friendly. We can’t beat the price. Mountains surround this valley and the clouds and weather surround us. ...
... br> Went out tonight for dinner at Thunderbird Bar & Grill. Good experience. Watched Olympics, good food and drink. But on the walk back to the hotel, we were again harassed by a bunch of panhandlers. This has happened multiple times since we have been here, including several nasty ones at night. Surprised and disappointed that this is allowed to happen. Definitely ruins the experience.
... and knows my cousin, Arlene. Arlene, her maiden name is Fujii, and her mother is Kimiyo Fujii. Will catch up with you offline. And, Mike has relatives in Cincinnati.
We started the tour at the Santa Fe Plaza where there was a plaque that had been changed due to the current politically correct environment. When the plaque was originally set in 1866, it read, "To the heroes who have fallen in the various battles with the ...
... up until the point when the frontage road we were on dead-ended! Bugger! We had to go back another way and catch up with it all over again further down the line.
We knew that we could easily catch up with the train again as it was doing about 45 m.p.h and we could do nearer 65 to 70. So we played it cool and bided our time for the perfect place to stop up the road. After about five miles on we came to were the track went though a cutting and we clambered up the bank to stand ...
Alas, the last cooking lesson, the last day in New Mexico.
Our last cooking lesson was taught by Lois Ellen Frank again. This time she did not spend so much time with the lecture but rather gave tips as she worked. We actually learned new techniques to go with the new recipes; use a large bowl to top a saucepan for a double boiler, don't stir when simmering, making a chicken broth, simple things like that.
Lunch was so good: Green Chili Stew, ...