Holiday Inn Express
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- 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 …
Today we toured Santa Fe visiting the State Capitol building. The building is open to the public and houses over $5mil worth of artwork on public display. Quite a strange feeling to freely wander through such a building with people going about their work. We then wandered through San Miguel Chapel, which is claimed to be ...
... altitudes by now, and I am also enjoying the dry air - my hair is so straight!!! Just how I wish it would go normally. We visited the history museum - absolutely fascinating, about the Manhattan project and all that, and also about how the site had previously been a boys' school to toughen up rich city boys! They were moved out when the Manhattan project was planned, as a secret and remote place to work on the bomb. One consolation for the people ...
... Santa Fe was established in the 1610 by the Spaniards. It is the second oldest city after St. Augustine, FL. It is the highest state capital in elevation at 7000 feet above sea level. The Palace of the Governors across from the Plaza is the oldest standing public building in the US. Has so much history and we want to see more tomorrow. Many old homes and businesses have been converted to other businesses, like the gas station that is now ...
... the quarter flattened by tons and tons of train, but find it we did. It is now in the car with our two other scavenged souvenirs: A soft ball John had found at the deserted house with the yellow Triumph Spitfire and a rail bracket John had prized from a sleeper a day or two before.
It was a lovely sunny day again and at speed we bounced along more Route 66 running in the same direction as the railway and Interstate. From Cuervo to Santa Rosa we took an unadvised original Route ...