Holiday Inn Express
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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I enjoyed my free breakfast of pancakes and eggs.I also grabbed a couple nuts and fruit so I could snack on it later. Then I headed to fill up my tank at a Chevron for $32.99. Finally I headed to the Santa Fe National Forest! After my wonderful day I came back to the hotel and was not very hungry so I had a Coconut Chocolate Chip Clif Bar and went …
... entered this recipe in the pie contest at the New Mexico State Fair and won first place! Will arrange to have them made when we head for Texas to share with family.
Helped break things down after the gala and then caught the bus back to the Launchpad where we watched the music and antics of the people inside from the bar. Back to the hostel and left on the morning train.
... as well. They really do have chile with everything it would seem!
We said our goodbyes to Tucumcari and set off for our final destination for the day, Santa Fe, a place that Chelle was particularly excited to discover. Aside from the noticeable change in the cuisine there has also been a noticeable change in the weather as well. We have definitely reached the hot and humid phase of our road trip with temperatures today scheduled to reach 95 degrees. ...
... I take 25%)
Wen and I went to see the new movie, Gravity tonight - 90 minutes of complete exhaustion. It takes cinematography to a whole new level. Sandra Bullock and George Clooney were amazing. We saw it in 3D which was great, but whatever way you do it, DO NOT miss this.
Ed is weary.
Time for bye bye.
... to wave to it to earn another great blast of the horn. A little further on John saw a sign pointing to a Post Office off the road to the left and so we drove there to leave postcard number 3 for his Mum in the care of the US Postal System. What we found was that we had arrived in the almost forgotten one square town of San Jose. There were no restaurants to be seen or anything like a convenience store or gas station - just a Post Office where the mail was collected at 4pm every weekday. ...