Holiday Inn Express
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... It was a wonderful walk with plenty for us to check out as we walked along.
Went to see Citizenfour, the story about Edward Snowden and his revelations. Was a very thought provoking film.
From there we decided to have some fun. Our friend Robert Bruen was playing with a band at the original Second Street ...
... American jewellery. So we all had to be a little patient.
The CAP definitely made up for this though by taking us to have lunch, MASSIVE BURGERS, and LOADS OF FRIES. Everything is huge in America, and if I keep eaten all this lovely food, I'm going to be huge too. Whilst I was talking to the Officers, they were keen to find out more about the RAF Cadets. They were especially surprised when I told them about my two ...
Topped the evening off with a short drive to a locally recommended diner called "Blue Moon Cafe" which had 5 tables all full. Food was great although the service was a little sketchy especially when the lone server wished us "good luck" in getting the cheque at the end of the meal. Food was great and as usual the kids were really good and the other patrons were all very quiet listening to the foreign ...
... Oldest House and Church, and to check out the historic plaza. As I'd explored Santa Fe before I opted to sit in the Plaza and watch the world of Santa Fe go by for a while.
Next to me was sitting a man who had some sort of animal skins attached to his hat and draped around his shoulders; we began talking and he introduced himself as Doc. Doc said that he'd been out of hospital a week after a stroke but assured me that he couldn't easily be killed off ...