Gold Pan Motel
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... that was so very delicious.
From there to Casa Benevides where we had a beautiful room awaiting us. Rested a bit before heading out to look around town. We were still trying to decide where to have dinner and were walking around checking places out and it was very slippery with the ice patches and new snow covering some of the ice. Went back to the room and put on our "yak traks" which fit on the bottom of your shoe and help grip ...
... for a 7.10am flight to DC :-((( - we all tried for the stiff upper lip but everyone was a little frayed and grumpy (no names, Mathew, no names) - anyway, all is now good - we've landed in our FABULOUS row house in Foggy Bottom, DC (cool name huh, I just had to stay in Foggy Bottom once I found it)! About six blocks from the National Mall and White House and a very Balmain-esque row house - tres cool! If only our real life was as cool as our pretend life on holiday - ha ...
89;кая, и люди – мекси
82;ашки, и повсю
76;у – повсю
76;у(!) – бурри
Дальш 77; ...
... and then reported that the chef would make a special meal, New Mexican, gluten free just for me. So I had a trout fillet with a cream/chili top and corn/small squash/chilies and cheese. We drank an entire bottle of New Mexico champagne with dinner.
This morning after a breakfast of chili stew from another favorite restaurant we went off to the Picuris Pueblo. This pueblo is off of the high road between Taos and Santa Fe, a road we have often wanted ...
... under the cross. We stood outside talking until the stars were shining and the moon brightened our path. What a blessing. This couple has been married for 37 years and they had some wisdom to share. I was so blessed by Patty. I didn't realize how thirsty I was for some female companionship. She gave me words from God regarding marriage that I will never forget. We instantly shared a bond and I didn't want to stop talking together.